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WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY 

THE Z. SMITH REYNOLDS LIBRARY 




1981-1985 





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1981 Annual 




Johnston 
Baptist Association 
of 

North Carolina 



Annual of 

Johnston Baptist 
Association 

North Carolina 




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IN GIVING 



Containing Proceedings of the 

SEVENTY-NINTH 
ANNUAL SESSION 

LEE'S CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH 
Monday Evening, October 19, 1981 

BAPTIST TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday Afternoon and Evening, October 20, 1981 

THEME — "Churches on Mission in Their Setting' 

The next annual session will be held at 
TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH 
Monday Evening, October 18, 1982 
and 

CARTER'S CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday Afternoon and Evening, October 19, 1982 



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Published 1982 by 
the Edmonds Printing Company 
Lawrenceville, Virginia 



Table of Contents 

Directory of Association 1 

DIRECTORY OF CHURCHES: 

List of Brotherhood Directors 11 

List of Chairmen of Deacons 14 

List of Church Clerks 13 

List of Church Training Directors 9 

List of Music Directors 9 

List of Pastors 7 

List of Sunday School Directors 9 

List of Treasurers 12 

List of W.M.U. Directors 10 

Proceedings 15 

Program 15 

Report of Director of Missions 18 

Missions Advance Program 18 

Missions Committee Report 19 

Report of Historian 20 

Sunday School Report 22 

Church Training Report 22 

Woman's Missionary Union Report 23 

. Brotherhood Report 24 

Music Report 24 

Evangelism Report . 25 

Youth Ministry 26 

1981-1982 Budget 27 

Treasurer's Report 28 

General Board Report 30 

Time, Place and Preacher Report 31 

Committee on Ordinations Report 31 

Our Beloved Dead 32 

American Bible Society Report 33 

Annuity Board Report 36 

Baptist Foundation Report 37 

Christian Higher Education Report 38 

Report on the Christian Life Committee 38 

Christian Literature Report 39 

North Carolina Baptist Homes Report 40 

Cooperative Program and Stewardship Report 41 

Baptist Hospital Report 41 

Baptist Children's Homes Report 42 

Report of Resolutions Committee 43 

Historical Events 45 

Constitution and Bylaws 48 

Statistical Tables 53 

Associational Map Center of Book 



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Directory of Association 



DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 
Horace Ricks, P.O. Box 356, Selma, North Carolina 27576 

MODERATOR 
Maurice Grissom, P.O. Box 35, Clayton, North Carolina 2752*: 

VICE MODERATOR 
Tim Stevens, Rt. 1 Box 286, Middlesex, North Carolina 27557 

CLERK 

Willard A. Brown, Rt. 2 Box 102-A, Selma, North Carolina 27576 
TREASURER 

Tony Braswell, P.O. Box 509, Pine Level, North Carolina 27568 
HISTORIAN 

Charles Creech, Rt. 1 Box 196, Zebulon, North Carolina 27597 
TRUSTEES 

Charlie Wood (1982), Box 125, Wilson's Mills, North Carolina 27593 
Lawrence Cannady (1983), P.O. Box 305, Clayton, North Carolina 27520 
Henry Whitley (1984), 701 Wilson's Mills Road, Smithfield, North Carolina 27577 

Sunday School 



Director Tom Waits 

Teacher Improvement Director Tim Stevens 

Vacation Bible School Director John Wilkinson 

Preschool Director Rochelle Hupp 

Children's Director Jackie Jones 

Youth Director Edgar Whitlock 

Adult Director Joe Jones 

Church Training 

Director Kenneth Thornton 

New Member Training Director Rebecca Thornton 

Preschool Director Sylvia Hinnant 

Children's Director Patsy Adcock 

Youth Director Dan Simmons 

Adult Director Tom Herndon 



Woman's Missionary Union 



Director Jan Barry 

Assistant Director Jean Hinton 

Baptist Women Director Shirley Byrd 

Baptist Young Women Director Mrs. Don King 

Assistant Baptist Young Women Director Susan Denning 

Mission Action Director Mrs. Kenneth Braswell 

Mission Support Director Millie Norris 

Missions Study Director Selmadene Tart 

Secretary Jeanette Lassiter 



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Acteens Director Flora Wood 

Assistant Acteens Director Mrs. Joe Norris 

Girls in Action Director Betty Oliver 

Assistant Girls in Action Director Diane Hairr 

Mission Friends Director Carmen Creech 

Assistant Mission Friends Director Rochelle Hupp 

Group I Leader Dorothy Driver 

Group II Leader Gertrude Edwards 

Group III Leader Mrs. Garfield Brown 

Group IV Leader Mrs. Grover Creech 

Group V Leader Edith Lee 

Group VI Leader Shirley Banks 

Group VII Leader Muriel Heath 

Group VIII Leader h Mrs. W.R. Dean 



Brotherhood 

Director Doland Humphries 

Baptist Men Director Ben Parker 

Foreign Missions Coordinator Dicky Parrish 

Home Missions Coordinator Mike Chandler 

State Missions Coordinator Tony Braswell 

Royal Ambassador Director Jerry Durham 

Pioneer Counselor Joe Jones 

Crusader Counselor Wayne Batten 

Recreation Committee John Hatch, Chairman; Dicky Parrish, 

Wayne Batten, Joe Jones, Jerry Durham, Bobby Thompson 



Music 

Director Rendell Day 

Adult Director Bruce Johnson 

Youth Director Mrs. Richard Moore 

Children's Director Darla Peedin 



Evangelism 

Director Don Price 

Assistants Barry Barbour, Bill Norris, Danny Hinnant, Bobby Blackmon 



Library 

Director Chris Akers 

Doland Humpries, 
Chairman of Nominating Committee 



Institution Representatives 



American Bible Society Mrs. Jean Hinton 

Baptist Foundation Robert Brooks 

Christian Education Grace Smith 

North Carolina Baptist Homes John Wilkinson 

Annuity Board Hoyt Lock 



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Cooperative Program 
Baptist Hospital .... 
Children's Homes . . . 



John Ryberg 

Tim Stevens 

Mrs. Carolyn Tharrington 



Committee on Committees 

Tom Hupp 

J.T. Smith 

Mrs. Clarence Woodard 

Mrs. Jan Barry 

Don King 

George Smith, Moderator 

Committees 



Rt. 3 Box 117, Smithfield 27577 

Rt. 2 Box 749, Clayton 27520 

Rt. l,Selma 27576 

506 E. Hancock St., Smithfield 27577 
Rt. 1, Princeton 27569 



COMMITTEE ON ORDINATIONS: 

Kenneth Thornton Rt. 3 Box 410, Clayton 27520 

Edgar Whitlock P.O. Box 215, Princeton 27569 

Willard Brown Rt. 2 Box 102, Selma 27576 

Kenneth Thrasher P.O. Box 481, Smithfield 27577 

Bert Pollett 2114 W. Michael Ln., Smithfield 27577 

Hoyt Lock Rt. 1 Box 45-B, Selma 27576 

Frank Turner P.O. Box 210, Micro 27555 

Tom Herndon P.O. Box 358, Clayton 27520 

Bill Norris Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

SPECIAL MINISTRIES COMMITTEE: 

Bert Pollett 2114 Michael Ln., Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. William Barnes 211 Woodlawn Dr., Smithfield 27577 

YOUTH MINISTRIES COMMITTEE: 

Tim Stevens Rt. 1 Box 286, Middlesex 27557 

Milford Brown Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Gail Pearce Rt. 3 Box 342-F, Selma 27576 

SENIOR ADULT COMMITTEE: 

Mrs. Dixie Harper Rt. 1 Box 548-B, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Herman Mauney 402 Holt St., Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. Joe Puckett 513 Lee St., Smithfield 27577 

PROPERTIES COMMITTEE: 

Joe Moore 302 E. Griswold St., Selma 27576 

Bill Edwards Rt. 1 Box 299-A, Selma 27576 

Richard Moore Rt. 1 , Selma 27576 

Grover Creech 105 Longview Dr., Smithfield 27577 

CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE: 

Hoyt Lock Rt. 1 Box 45-B, Selma 27576 

Joe Nail 1107 Chestnut St., Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. Maddrey Bass P.O. Box 87, Newton Grove 28366 

COMMITTEE ON ORDER OF BUSINESS: 

Thad Sharp, Jr Rt. 1, Simms 27880 

Niles Compton Rt. 4 Box 148, Benson 27504 

Thelma Barnes 211 Woodlawn Dr., Smithfield 27577 

Willie McKeel Princeton 27569 

Mark White Rt 1, Selma 27576 



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COMMITTEE ON TIME, PLACE AND PREACHER: 

Charlie Tucker 701 Holding St., Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Bernard Lee N. Pine St., Princeton 27569 

James W. Rose P.O. Box 10, Benson 27504 

COMMITTEE ON MEMORIALS: 

Mrs. Lois Overby 61 1 S. 4th St., Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. Maurice Grissom P.O. Box 35, Clayton 27520 

Mrs. Laura Lee Johnson 701 W. Main St., Benson 27504 

COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS: 

Maurice Grissom P.O. Box 35, Clayton 27520 

Glenn Wiggs 425 Dixie Dr., Selma 27576 

Alton Johnson Rt. 3, Raleigh 27603 

COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS: 

Doland Humphries P.O. Box 340, Pine Level 27568 

Floyd Watkins Rt. 2, Selma 27576 

Hugh Allen Rt. 1, Four Oaks 27524 

Ben Parker Box 43, Pine Level 27568 

Dr. Henry Wright 921 Chestnut Dr., Smithfield 27577 

Danny Hinnant Raeford St., Selma 27576 

COMMITTEE ON MISSIONS: 

George Smith Rt. 2, Clayton 27520 

Mary Brown Rt. 2 Box 102, Selma 27576 

La Verne Braswell 106 Daughtry St., Smithfield 27577 

Lucille Oliver 618 S. First St., Smithfield 27577 

NilesCompton Rt. 4, Benson 27504 

COMMITTEE ON CHRISTIAN LIFE: 

Ken Thrasher P.O. Box 481, Smithfield 27577 

John Mann P.O. Box 237, Kenly 27542 

COMMITTEE ON PUBLICITY AND PUBLIC RELATIONS 

Horace Ricks P.O. Box 356, Selma 27576 

Faye Edwards P.O. Box 356, Selma 27576 

Don Price, Chairman, 
Committee on Committees 



Representatives on the General Board 

ANTIOCH: James Narron, Jr., Rt. 1, Selma 27576 
BAPTIST CENTER: Ruffin Canady, Rt. 2 Box 275, Clayton 27520 
BAPTIST TABERNACLE: H.E. Edwards, Rt. 3, Wendell 27591 
BENSON: Gerald Jones, 406 W. Woodall St., Benson 27504 
BETHESDA: Mrs. Dixie Harper, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 
BLACKMAN'S GROVE: L.E. Massengill, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 
CALVARY: J. Lovitte Barefoot, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 
CARTER'S CHAPEL: A.C. Grady, Rt. 2, Selma, NC 27576 
CLAYTON, FIRST: James Ellerby, 415 Canady St., Clayton 27520 
CORINTH: Mrs. Cary Atkinson, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 
FAITH: Bobby Blackmon, Rt. 3 Box 301-24, Selma 27576 
FOUR OAKS: H.J. Beeker, Box 187, Four Oaks 27524 
HALES CHAPEL: Larry Dupree, Rt. 1 Box 222, Zebulon 27597 
HEPHZIBAH: Donald King, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569 



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JONESBORO: Abel Penny, 506 E. Divine St., Dunn 28334 
LEE'S CHAPEL: Floyd F. 6unn, Rt. 1 Box 30, Middlesex 27557 
LIVE OAK: Jerry Norris, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

MICRO, FIRST: Mrs. Shelby Jean Barnes, Rt. 3 Box 272-A, Selma 27576 
MIDDLESEX: John Brantley, P.O. Box 515, Middlesex 27557 
PARRISH MEMORIAL: Tony Medlin, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 
PAULINE: Owen Ingrim, Rt. 2 Box 193-A, Four Oaks 27524 
PISGAH: Mrs. Susan Austin, Rt. 1 Box 374-A, Smithfield 27577 
PLEASANT GROVE: Alton Johnson, Rt. 3, Raleigh 27603 
PRINCETON: Clitus Hinton, Rt. 1 Box 398, Princeton 27569 
SARDIS: Robert H. Howell, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 
SELMA: Michael D. Chandler, 419 Dixie Dr., Selma 27576 
SHARON: M.B. MacLeod, 204 McCullers, Smithfield 27577 
SHILOH: Junius Snead, Hwy. 42 S., Garner 27529 
THANKSGIVING: S. Clarence Woodard, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 
TRINITY: J. Don Johnson, Rt. 2 Box 154, Benson 27504 
WATKINS CHAPEL: Phil Parrish, P.O. Box 211, Wendell 27591 
WHITE OAK: J.T. Smith, Rt. 2 Box 749, Clayton 27520 
WILSON'S MILLS: Charlie Wood, P.O. Box 125, Wilson's Mills 27593 

List of Directors of Library Services 



Antioch Mrs. Erdene Narron, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

Baptist Center Miss Talitha Brooks, Rt. 1 Box 310, Clayton 27520 

Baptist Tabernacle Mrs. Ray Hale, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 

Benson Mrs. Roy B. Langdon, Rt. 1 Box 372, Benson 27504 

Bethesda Mrs. Rebecca Thornton, Rt. 3 Box 584, Clayton 27520 

Blackman's Grove Ms. Debbie Johnson, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 

Carter's Chapel Mrs. Myrtle J. Price, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 

Faith Ms. Diane Blackman, 601 W. Walnut St., Selma 27576 

Four Oaks Mrs. Price Heritage, 233 Main St., Four Oaks 27524 

Hephzibah Mrs. Linda King, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569 

Kenly Mrs. Jeff Jolliff, Rt. 1, Kenly 27542 

Lee's Chapel Miss Carol Bunn, Rt. 1 Box 30, Middlesex 27557 

Live Oak Mrs. Ruby Dunn, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Pine Level Ms. Shelvia Massengil, Box 365, Pine Level 27568 

Pisgah Mrs. Irene Whitley, Rt. 3 Box 107, Smithfield 27577 

Princeton Mrs. Raymond Jones, Rt. 2 Box 33, Princeton 27569 

Sardis . . .' Mrs. John Massey, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 

Selma Mrs. Sue Wood, 501 Cherry St., Selma 27576 

Shiloh Mrs. Donald R. Byrd, Rt. 1 Box 231, Garner 27529 

Trinity Mrs. Carl Peacock, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Watkins Chapel Mrs. Betty Lewis, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27527 

List of Organists 

(Or Pianist if no Organist) 

Antioch Mrs. Gail Brown, Rt. 2 Box 210, Selma 27576 

Baptist Center Mrs. Earl Starling, Rt. 1 Box 8, Clayton 27520 

Baptist Tabernacle Mrs. Kav Nowell, Rt. 3, Wendell 27591 

Benson Mrs. R.L. Smith. P.O. Box 218, Benson 27504 

Benson Grove Ms. Joan Phillips, Rt. 3, Benson 27501 

Bethany Mrs. Carolyn. HlcUncll. -rM) N Sellers St., .Vuna '* 



Bethesda Mrs. Sheila Ashinhurst, Rt. 2, Clayton 27520 

Beulah Mrs. Norma J. Barefoot, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 

Blackman's Grove Miss Lee H. Eldridge, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 

Burnell Miss Karen Mims, Rt. 3 Box 50-B, Four Oaks 27524 

Calvary Miss Teresa Barefoot, 802 Meadow Lark Apts., W. Webster St., 

Dunn 28334 

Carter's Chapel Mrs. Shirley Edwards, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 

Cedar Grove Mrs. Bertis Deans, Rt. 1, Sims 27880 

Clayton, First Jim Elmore, 110-A Hardee St., Clayton 27520 

Clyde's Chapel Mrs. Zella Strickland, Rt. 1 Box 17, Wendell 27591 

Corinth Mrs. Eugene Hinton, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

Crestwood Mrs. Kaye Stanley, Four Oaks 27524 

Faith Ms. Mary Ann Adams, Box 398, Pine Level 27568 

Four Oaks Mrs. John Wilkinson, Box 717, Four Oaks 27524 

Hales Chapel Mrs. Bill Creech, Rt. 3 Box 3-AA, Zebulon 27597 

Hephzibah Mrs. Geraldine Rearden, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569 

Hocutt Memorial Ms. Barbara Williams, 1014 Mulberry, Clayton 27520 

Hood's Grove Mrs. Donald Parker, Rt. 2 Box 99, Benson 27504 

Jonesboro Mrs. Carol Smith, Rt. 3, Dunn 28334 

Kenly Mrs. Tom Caldwell, Box 127, Kenly 27542 

Lee's Chapel Mrs. Elaine Mullen, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

Live Oak Mrs. Billy R. Creech, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Micro, First Mrs. Steve Edwards, 201 N. Summer St., Selma 27576 

Middlesex Mrs. Barbara Strickland, Box 57, Middlesex 27557 

Newton Grove Thomas B. Willeford, Box 62, Newton Grove 28366 

Nobles Chapel Mrs. Evelyn Glover, Rt. 1, Sims 27880 

North Smithfield Mrs. Debra Stanley, Box 1904-S, Smithfield 27577 

Oliver's Grove Mrs. Florence Moors, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 

Parrish Memorial Mrs. Ray Woodard, Box 225, Micro 27555 

Pauline Mrs. Janice Gregory, Rt. 3 Box 63-A, Four Oaks 27524 

Pine Level Mrs. Lib Radford, Box 136, Pine Level 27568 

Pisgah Mrs. Kathryn Baker, Box 1292, Smithfield 27577 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Ginger Evans, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 

Princeton Mrs. Pearl Johnson, Box 335, Princeton 27569 

Sardis Mrs. Peggy Ingram, Linda Av., Princeton 27569 

Selma Mrs. Melba Woodruff, 101 N. Green St., Selma 27576 

Sharon Mrs. Carolyn Price, 103 Shady Ln., Smithfield 27577 

Shiloh Mrs. Don Adams, Rt. 1 Box 3956, Garner 27529 

Smithfield, First Thad Hardee, 411 Woodall St., Smithfield 27577 

Thanksgiving Mrs. Jeanette Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Trinity Mrs. Christopher Barefoot, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Watkins Chapel Misses Sharon & Teresa Creech, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

White Oak Mrs. Glenn Moore, Rt. 2 Box 586, Clayton 27520 

Wilson's Mills Mrs. Joann Stout, 502 Cherry St., Selma 27576 

Ordained Ministers other than Pastors 

Antioch Eldridge Narron, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

Carter's Chapel Willard A. Brown, Rt. 2 Box 102-A, Selma 27576 

Clayton, First W.W. Turner, Box 315, Clayton 27520 

Harold White, 330 Crescent Dr., Clayton 27520 

Hales Chapel William E. Davis, Apartado 100, San Francisco De Dee Rios, 

San Jose, Costa Rica 



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Hood's Grove E.C. Reaves, Rt. 1 Box 261, Clayton 27520 

Live Oak Lesley Allen, Smithfield 27577 

Pisgah Joe Puckett, 513 Lee St., Smithfield 27577 

J.H. Mauney, 402 E. Holt St., Smithfield 27577 

Princeton Woodrow W. Thompson, Rt. 2 Box 39-A, Princeton 27569 

Sharon - Fletcher Ford, 102 Castle Dr., Smithfield 27577 

Eugene Clayton, Pine Level 27568 
Robert Barefoot, 104 S. Rogers Dr., Smithfield 27577 
Smithfield, First Lynn Barry, 506 Hancock St., Smithfield 27577 

Ministers Ordained this Year 

Lee's Chapel Billy Stirling, Wake Forest 27587 

Sharon Elizabeth MacLeod, 204 McCullers St., Smithfield 27577 

Licensed Ministers not Ordained 

Benson R. Whitley Hood, 500 E. Main St., Benson 27504 

Bethesda Linwood Barbour, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 

Wilbert Evans, Rt. 1, 320 Hickory Dr., Clayton 27520 
Hales Chapel Herman Hocutt, Box 1151, Zebulon ^ 7597 

Ministers Licensed this Year 

Four Oaks Calvin Edgerton, Tucker St., Four Oaks 27524 

Hood's Grove Norman Jackson, Rt. 1, Newton Grove 28366 

Directory of Churches 

NOTE: The following lists of names a >d addresses are compiled from the informa- 
tion given in Statistical Charts A - I. 

List of Pastors 

Baptist Center Robert Brooks, Rt. 1 Box 310, Clayton 27520 

Baptist Tabernacle Charles Stevens, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 

Benson Donald M. Price, 204 W. Church St., Benson 27504 

Benson Grove Billie Rae Pittman, 420 Stewart St., Clayton 27520 

Bethesda Kenneth D. Thornton, Rt. 3 Box 584, Clayton 27520 

Beulah C.H. Lee, Rt. 1 Box 125-A, Newton Grove 28366 

Burnell Charlie Tucker, Box 612, Clayton 27520 

Calvary Joseph E. Norris, 1102 W. Broad St., Dunn 28334 

Clayton, First Maurice W. Grissom, P.O. Box 35, Clayton 27520 

Corinth Jim Bock, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

Crestwood Thomas V. Pearce, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Faith Walter S. Jones, Jr., Box 152, Smithfield 27577 

Four Oaks , John Wilkinson, Box 717, Four Oaks 27524 

Hocutt Memorial Thomas V. Herndon, P.O. Box 358, Clayton 27520 

Jonesboro Jasper Leon Tart, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 

Kenly John A. Man, Box 237, Kenly 27524 

Lee's Chapel Larry Young, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 



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Live Oak Hoyt Lock, Rt. 1 Box 45-B, Selma 27576 

Micro, First Tim Stevens, Rt. 1 Box 286, Middlesex 27557 

Middlesex Jack G. Wingate, P.O. Box 446, Middlesex 27557 

Newton Grove E.C. Mattox, Jr., Rt. 1, Newton Grove 28366 

Nobles Chapel Jack Shackles, Rt. 1, Sims 27880 

Oliver's Grove William Starling, Four Oaks 27524 

Parrish Memorial Frank Turner, P.O. Box 210, Micro 27555 

Pauline Niles Compton, Rt. 4 Box 148, Benson 27504 

Pine Level Doland T. Humphries, P.O. Box 340, Pine Level 27568 

Pisgah H. Tom Waits, Rt. 1 Box 295, Smithfield 27577 

Pleasant Grove Harold White, 230 Crescent Dr., Clayton 27520 

Princeton L. Edgar Whitlock, P.O. Box 215, Princeton 27569 

Sardis Daniel Merritt, 717 S. Second St., Smithfield 27577 

Selma Chadwick J. Allen, P.O. Box 446, Selma 27576 

Sharon Kenneth L. Thrasher, P.O. Box 481, Smithfield 27577 

Shiloh James E. Gunn, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 

Smithfield, First John Ryberg, P.O. Box 209, Smithfield 27577 

Stevens Chapel Bert Pollett, 2114 W. Michael Ln., Smithfield 27577 

Thanksgiving Mark White, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Trinity William C. Norris, Rt. 2 Box 154-A, Benson 27504 

Watkins Chapel Emory Hackett, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

White Oak Irvin W. Adcock, Rt. 2 Box 589, Clayton 27520 

Wilson's Mills Thomas Hupp, Box 219, Wilson's Mills 27593 

List of Sunday School Directors 

Antioch Leon Whitley, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 

Baptist Center Richard R. Lee, Rt. 1 Box 308, Clayton 27520 

Baptist Tabernacle H.E. Edwards, Rt. 3, Wendell 27591 

Benson Billy Murphy, 505 W. Brocklyn St., Benson 27504 

Benson Grove Dennis Lassiter, Rt. 1, Angier 27501 

Bethany Don Pender, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542 

Bethesda Larry Harper, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 

Beulah James C. Barefoot, Rt. 2 Box 467, Dunn 28334 

Blackmans Grove Stanton Masssengill, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 

Burnell Bobby G. Johnson, Rt. 4 Box 59, Benson 27504 

Calvary J. Lovitte Barefoot, Rt. 2 Box 325, Dunn 28334 

Charter's Chapel Douglas Brown, Box 354, Micro 27555 

Cedar Grove Dempsey Miller, 1716 Westwood Dr., Wilson 27893 

Clayton, First Carr Atkinson, 511 S. Page St., Clayton 27520 

Corinth Wilbur Pulley, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

Crestwood Tommy Williams, 205 Stancil St., Smithfield 27577 

Faith Clarence Brown, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 

Four Oaks Douglas Johnson, Rt. 4, Four Oaks 27524 

Hales Chapel Tom Price, Rt. 1 Box 58, Zebulon 27597 

Hephzibah Steve Daughtry, Princeton 27569 

Hillside Lawrence & Margy Haft, Rt. 3 Box 128-A, £enson 27504 

Hocutt Memorial Lena Mercer, 307 W. Home St., Clayton 27520 

Hood's Grove Lee A. Hayes, 3115 George St., Benson 27504 

Jonesboro Garrett Webb, Rt. 3, Dunn 28334 

Jess Jolliff , Rt. 1, Kenly 27542 

Lee's Chapel Vince Ruff in, Rt. 1 Box 11, Middlesex 27557 

Live Oak Wade Allen, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

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Micro, First Thurman Batten, Rt. 3 Box 353, Selma 27576 

Middlesex Stan Overman, P.O. Box 202, Middlesex 27557 

Newton Grove James Barefoot, Rt. 1, Faison 28341 

Nobles Chapel Charles Boykin, Rt. 1, Sims 27880 

North Smithfield Stephen Morris, 19 E. Dail St., Smithfield 27577 

Oliver's Grove Landis Adams, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 

Parrish Memorial Larry Medlin, Rt. 2 Box 92, Selma 27576 

Pauline Danny Rhodes, Rt. 1, Four Oaks 27524 

Pine Level Bobby Thompson, P.O. Box 564, Pine Level 27568 

Pisgah D. Elvin Johnson, Rt. 1 Box 89, Smithfield 27577 

Pleasant Grove Horace Johnson, Willow Springs 27592 

Princeton Eugene Parrish, Rt. 1 Box 390, Princeton 27569 

Sardis Larry Ingram, Linda Av., Princeton 27569 

Selma Robert Dowling, 206 N. Massey St., Selma 27576 

Sharon Charles Strickland, Smithfield 27577 

Shiloh Donald R. Byrd, Rt. 1 Box 231, Garner 27529 

Smithfield, First M.A. Morgan, 122 W. Riverside Dr., Smithfield 27577 

Stevens Chapel Joey Hatcher, Princeton 27569 

Trinity Tony Parker, Rt. 1, Newton Grove 28366 

Watkins Chapel Billy Wall, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

White Oak George E. Smith, Rt. 2 Box 746, Clayton 27520 

Wilson's Mills John McLean, Juniper Dr., Clayton 27520 

List of Church Training Directors 

Benson Grove Jimmy Johnson, Rt. 1, Angier 27501 

Bethesda Edward Sasser, 1104 Woodlawn, Ln., Clayton 27520 

Blackman's Grove Ronald Massengill, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 

Clayton, First Freddie R. Strickland, Jr., 103 Shady Lane Dr., Clayton 27520 

Hocutt Memorial John H. Lee, 305 Wren Ln., Clayton 27520 

Micro Lloyd Batten, Jr., Rt. 2 Box 92-D, Selma 27576 

Pine Level Gene Sullivan, Rt. 2 Box 33, Princeton 27569 

Princeton Rendell W. Day, P.O. Box 681, Princeton 27569 

Shiloh James E. Gunn, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 

Smithfield, First C.W. Tarlton, P.O. Box 1185, Smithfield 27577 

White Oak Mrs. Irvin Adcock, Rt. 2 Box 589, Clayton 27520 

List of Music Directors 

Antioch Lee McGraw, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

Baptist Center Earl Standley, Rt. 1 Box 8, Clayton 27520 

Baptist Tabernacle Miss Karen Wilson, S.E.B.T.S., Wake Forest 27587 

Benson Miss Teresa L. Atkin, 704 S. Burlington Av., Erwin 28339 

Benson Grove Ms. Celeste Byrd, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 

Bethany Mrs. Ethelene Brown, 105 N. Green St., Selma 27576 

Bethesda Rupert Alford, 410 Penny St., Garner 27529 

Beulah Miss Dee Ann Rothe, 103 E. Hill St., Benson 27504 

Blackman's Grove Danny Poynter, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 

Burnell Bobby G. Johnson, Rt. 4 Box 59, Benson 27504 

Calvary Miss Teresa Barefoot, 802 W. Webster Dr./Dunn 28334 

Carter's Chapel Mrs. Marrha Grady, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 

Clayton, First Jim Elmore, 110- A Harcjee St. , Clayton 27520 

Clyde's Chapel Ms. Barbara Tutor, Rt. 1, Wendell 27571 



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Corinth Mrs. Pansy Mitchell, P.O. Box 101, Wendell 27591 

Crestwood Mrs. Judy Hawley, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Four Oaks Robert Goodwin, 425 Bennett Dr., Selma 27576 

Hales Chapel Larry Dupree, Rt. 1 Box 222, Zebulon 27597 

Hephzibah Randel Daughtry, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569 

Hocutt Memorial Chris Otto, 610-A Roberston St., Clayton 27520 

Hood's Grove Mrs. Thelma Johnson, Rt. 1, Newton Grove 28366 

Jonesboro Mrs. Sue Tart, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 

Kenly Mrs. Gerald Starling, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542 

Lee's Chapel Mrs. Janie F. Johnson, Rt. 1 Box 31, Middlesex 27557 

Live Oak Billy R. Creech, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Micro, First Mrs. Ritchie Wall, Rt. 2 Box 237, Selma 27576 

Middlesex Ms. Constance Corbett, Rt. 2 Box 7, Middlesex 27557 

Newton Grove Mrs. C.L. Warren, Rt. 2, Newton Grove 28366 

Nobles Chapel Ms. Peggy Wilson, Rt. 1, Sims 27880 

Oliver's Grove James Ryals, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 

Parrish Memorial Bill Braswell, Rt. 2 Box 341, Princeton 27569 

Pauline Niles Compton, Rt. 4 Box 148, Benson 27504 

Pisgah Mrs. Susan Austin, Rt. 1 Box 374-A, Smithfield 27577 

Pleasant Grove Glenn Carroll, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 

Princeton Rendell W. Day, P.O. Box 681, Princeton 27569 

Sardis Mrs. Peggy Latham, Linda Av., Princeton 27569 

Selma Ms. Melba Woodruff, 101 W. Green St., Selma 27576 

Sharon Mrs. Helen Ray, 103 Flowers St., Smithfield 27577 

Shiloh James E. Gunn, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 

Smithfield, First Jerry Armstrong, P.O. Box 209, Smithfield 27577 

Stevens Chapel Mrs. John Wellons, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 

Thanksgiving Mrs. Winkie Moore, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Trinity Mrs. Addison Tart, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 

Watkins Chapel Mrs. Seba Hinton, Rt. 3, Zebulon 27597 

White Oak John A. Wall, 1413 E. Walnut St., Goldsboro 27530 

Wilson's Mills Mrs. Avis Jones, 209 Stancil St., Smithfield 27577 

List of W.M.U. Directors 

Antioch Mrs. Cleo Stancil, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542 

Baptist Center Mrs. Billy Wells, Rt. 1 Box 60, Clayton 27520 

Baptist Tabernacle Mrs. Carolyn Brown, Rt. 1 Box 434, Zebulon 27597 

Benson Mrs. Pearl Creech, P.O. Box 354, Benson 27504 

Benson Grove Mrs. Lee Langdon, Rt. 1, Angier 27501 

Bethany Mrs. Melba Carroll, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542 

Bethesda Mrs. Nelda Evans, 320 Hickory Dr., Clayton 27520 

Beulah Mrs. Glorice JBarefoot, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 

Blackman's Grove Mrs. Edith Lee, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 

Burnell Mrs. Nelson M. Johnson, Rt, 3 Box 226, Four Oaks 27524 

Calvary Mrs. Warren D. Lee, Rt. 6, Dunn 28334 

Carter's Chapel Mrs. Gertrude Edwards, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Cedar Grove Mrs. Shirley Price, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

Clayton, First Mrs. James Cash, P.O. Box 417, Clayton 27520 

Clyde's Chapel Mrs. Donna D. Medlin, Rt. 1 Box 220-A, Wendell 27591 

Corinth Mrs. C.R. Johnson, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

Crestwood Mrs. Gail Pearce, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Faith Mrs. Frances Blackmon, Rt. 3 Box 301-25, Selma 27576 

Four Oaks Mrs. Harding Parker, Four Oaks 27524 



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Hales Chapel Mrs. Bobby Wall, Rt. 1 Box 98, Middlesex 27557 

Hephzibah Mrs. Linda King, Rt. 1, Princeton 27567 

Hillside Mrs. Muriel D. Heath, 1803 Hwy. 70, Lot B-5, Clayton 27520 

Hocutt Memorial Mrs. Selmadene Tart, 409 Robertson, Clayton 27520 

Hood's Grove Mrs. W.A. Hood, Rt. 2 Box 212, Benson 27504 

Jonesboro - Mrs. Sue Tart, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 

Kenly Mrs. Joe Griffin, Rt. 1 Box 4-D, Kenly 27542 

Lee's Chapel Mrs. Kathleen Lewis, P.O. Box 24, Middlesex 27557 

Live Oak Mrs. Hubert Capps, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Micro, First Mrs. Essie Mae Crocker, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 

Middlesex Mrs. Frances Chamblee, P.O. Box 226, Middlesex 27557 

Newton Grove Mrs. Lottie Bass, P.O. Box 87, Newton Grove 28336 

Nobles Chapel Mrs. Dolly Stallings, Sims 27880 

North Smithfield Mrs. Edith Dees, 11 W. Edgerton St., Smithfield 27577 

Oliver's Grove Mrs. Teresa Allen, Garner 27529 

Parrish Memorial Mrs. Alton House, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Pauline Mrs. Josephine H. Wood, Rt. 1 Box 104-A, Four Oaks 27524 

Pine Level Mrs. Beebe Parker, P.O. Box 43, Pine Level 27568 

Pisgah Mrs. Grace Stevens, 102 E. Rose St., Smithfield 27577 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Shirley Byrd, Rt. 1, Angier 27591 

Princeton Mrs. Clitus Hinton, Rt. 1 Box 398, Princeton 27569 

Sardis Mrs. Sylvia Whitley, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 

Selma Mrs. Horace Ricks, 305 N. Green St., Selma 27576 

Sharon Mrs. Jackie Jones, 110 Whitley Dr., Smithfield 27577 

Shiloh Mrs. Rayford Penny, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 

Smithfield, First Mrs. Lois M. Overby, 611 S. 4th St., Smithfield 27577 

Stevens Chapel Mrs. John Wellons, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 

Thanksgiving Mrs. Janie Moore, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

Trinity Mrs. Bud Smith, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Watkins Chapel Mrs. Waynelle Davis, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

White Oak Mrs. Jerry Pace, Rt. 2 Box 505-D, Clayton 27520 

Wilson's Mills Mrs. Floyd Corbett, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 

List of Brotherhood Directors 

Benson Grove T.G. Ennis, 203 Sunrise Av.,' Angier 27501 

Bethesda Robert Jones, 405 Wilson's Mills Rd., Smithfield 27577 

Beulah Maylon Barefoot, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 

Blackman's Grove Stanton Massengill, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 

Burnell Sherrill Massengill, Rt. 3 Box 129, Four Oaks 27524 

Carter's Chapel A.C. Grady (RA), Rt. 2, Selma 27576 

Cedar Grove Ollie Ray Page, Rt. 2, Wilson 27893 

Clayton, First Keith Ferrell, Rt. 2 Box 205, Clayton 27520 

Clyde's Chapel Glenn Medlin, Rt. 1 Box 220-A, Wendell 27591 

Crestwood Barney Overby, Lot 125, Paradise Village, Clayton 27520 

Faith Michael Blackmon, 601 W. Walnut St., Selma 27576 

Four Oaks Wade Stewart, Rt. 4, Four Oaks 27524 

Hales Chapel Herman Hocutt, Box 1151, Zebulon 27597 

Hephzibah Donald King, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569 

Hood's Grove Lee A. Hayes, 3115 George St., Benson 27504 

Jonesboro Garrett Webb, Rt. 3 ; Dunn 28334 

Kenly Jody Stutts (RA), Rt. 1 Box 216, Kenly 27542 

Middlesex N.E. Strickland, Rt. 2 Box 588, Middlesex 27557 



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Newton Grove Dennis Bennett (RA), P.O. Box 134, Newton Grove 28366 

Oliver's Grove Dean Jackson, 603 Church St., Four Oaks 27524 

Pauline Eugene Barbour, Rt. 1, Four Oaks 27524 

Pine Level Dick Parker, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Pleasant Grove Horace Johnson, Rt. 1, Willow Springs 27592 

Princeton Bobby Gray Toler, Rt. 2, Princeton 27589 

Selma Michael D. Chandler, 419 Dixie Dr., Selma 27576 

Smithfield, First Henry Wright, 921 Chestnut St., Smithfield 27577 

Stevens Chapel John Wellons, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 

Trinity Tony Parker, Rt. 1, Newton Grove 27504 

White Oak Ransom Thompson, Rt. 2 Box 278, Wendell 27591 

Wilson's Mills Joseph Jones, Rt. 2, Powhatan Rd., Clayton 27520 

List of Treasurers 

Antioch Ms. Jane Creech, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

Baptist Tabernacle Howard Driver, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 

Benson Charles Stevens, P.O. Box 217, Benson 27504 

Benson Grove Charles Parrish, Rt. 1, Angier 27501 

Bethany Mrs. Dida Watkins, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 

Bethesda Aden Lee, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 464, Clayton 27520 

Beulah Malah McLamb, Rt. 4, Benson 27504 

Blackman's Grove Ms. Carolyn Holley, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 

Burnell Ivey Johnson, Rt. 3 Box 222, Four Oaks 27524 

Calvary Mrs. Warren D. Lee, Rt. 6, Dunn 28334 

Carter's Chapel Roger Sutton, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542 

Cedar Grove Henry Dail, 124 Boswell St., Wilson 27893 

Clayton, First James W. Cash, P.O. Box 417, Clayton 27520 

Clyde's Chapel L.C. Medlin, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 222, Wendell 27591 

Corinth Wyatt Eason, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 

Crestwood Allen Shrum, Godwin St., Selma 27576 

Faith Bobby Blackmon, Rt. 3 Box 301-25, Selma 27576 

Four Oaks Harold Keen, Four Oaks 27524 

Hales Chapel Mrs. F.C. Vann, Rt. 1 Box 46, Zebulon 27597 

Hephzibah W.C. Wilkins, Pine Level 27568 

Hillside John Amatangelo, Rt. 2 Box P-305, Clayton 27520 

Hocutt Memorial Herman Jones, 216 Crescent Dr., Clayton 27520 

Hood's Grove Mrs. Donald Parker, Rt. 2 Box 99, Benson 27504 

Jonesboro Mrs. Sue Tart, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 

Kenly Henry Kirby, Box 595, Kenly 27542 

Lee's Chapel Mary D. Stallings, P.O. Box 40, Middlesex 27557 

Live Oak Mrs. Chloe Scott, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Micro, First Mrs. Pervy Parrish, P.O. Box 251, Micro 27555 

Middlesex Cecil Williford, Box 265, Middlesex 27557 

Newton Grove Howard Denning, Rt. 2, Newton Grove 28336 

Nobles Chapel Ms. Reuben Strickland, Rt. 1, Sims 27880 

North Smithfield Mrs. Edith Dees, 11 W. Edgerton St., Selma 27576 

Oliver's Grove Thel Price, Rt. 4, Four Oaks 27524 

Parrish Memorial Mrs. Dixon Medlin, Pine Level 27568 

Pauline Baurber Wood, Rt. 1 Box 104-A, Four Oaks 27524 

Pine Level Tony Braswell, Box 509, Pine Level 27568 

Pisgah Mrs. Blenda Braswell, 419 Wellons St., Smithfield 27577 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Jackie Miller, Rt. 1, Angier 27501 

Princeton Clitus Hinton, Rt. 1 Box 398, Princeton 27569 



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Sardis Mrs. John Massey, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 

Selma Hubert Allen, Box 495, Selma 27576 

Sharon Shelton Castleberry, 316 Wilson's Mills Rd., Smithfield 27577 

Shiloh Donald Byrd, Rt. 1 Box 231, Garner 27529 

Smithfield, First G.A. Allen, 401 S. Second, Smithfield 27577 

Stevens Chapel Lee Peedin, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Thanksgiving Mrs. Katie Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Trinity Miss Linda Rose Lee, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Watkins Chapel Steve Driver, Rt. 3, Wendell 27597 

White Oak Mrs. Russell Price, Rt. 2 Box 607-A, Clayton 27520 

Wilson's Mills C.B. Wood, 503 Powell St., Smithfield 27577 

List of Church Clerks 

Antioch Mrs. Gail H. Brown, Rt. 2 Box 210, Selma 27576 

Baptist Center Mrs. W.E. Chappell, Rt. 1 Box 58, Clayton 27520 

Baptist Tabernacle Mrs. Harold Andrews, P.O. Box 331, Wendell 27591 

Benson Mrs. Robert D. Warren, Rt. 3 Box 25, Benson 27504 

Benson Grove Mrs. Barry Barbour, Rt. 3 Box 400, Benson 27504 

Bethany Percy H. Daughtry, Jr., Rt. 2 Box 157, Kenly 27542 

Bethesda Mrs. Betty J. Lee, Rt. 1 Box 464, Clayton 27520 

Beulah Mrs. Karren B. Lee, Rt. 2 Box 465, Dunn 28334 

Blackman's Grove Ms. Pam Massengill, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 

Burnell Mrs. Nelson M. Johnson, Rt. 3 Box 226, Four Oaks 27524 

Calvary Mrs. Jean J. Lee, Rt. 6 Box 277, Dunn 28334 

Carter's Chapel Edward Crumpler, P.O. Box 252, Pine Level 27568 

Cedar Grove Ms. Geraldine Dail, 124 Boswell St., Wilson 27893 

Clayton, First Mrs. J.W. Lee, 258 Hardee St., Clayton 27520 

Clyde's Chapel Ms. Betty T. Smith, Rt. 1 Box 217, Wendell 27591 

Corinth Mrs. W.P. Andrews, P.O. Box 312, Wendell 27591 

Crestwood Mrs. Marie Odom, 204 Quail Rd., Smithfield 27577 

Faith Mrs. Ruth Howell, Rt. 2 Box 23-A, Selma 27576 

Four Oaks James B. Creech, Box 223, Four Oaks 27524 

Hales Chapel Mrs. Larry Dupree, Rt. 1 Box 222, Zebulon 27597 

Hephzibah Mrs. Betty Massey, Rt. 1 Box 155, Princeton 27569 

Hillside Mrs. Muriel D. Heath, 1802 Hwy. 70 W., Lot B-5, Clayton 27520 

Hocutt Memorial C.W. Baker, 601 S. Lombard, Clayton 27520 

Hood's Grove Mrs. Cleo W. Hood, Rt. 2 Box 213, Benson 27504 

Jonesboro Mrs. Judy N. Parker, Rt. 2 Box 553, Dunn 28334 

Kenly Mrs. Mildred A. Hales, Rt. 1 Box 38 BA, Kenly 27542 

Lee's Chapel Mrs. Dixie Bunn, Rt. 1 Box 30, Middlesex 27557 

Live Oak Mrs. Faye Edwards, Rt. 1 Box 299-A, Selma 27576 

Micro, First Mrs. Shelby Jean Barnes, Rt. 3 Box 272-A, Selma 27576 

Middlesex Mrs. Barbara Dunbar, P.O. Box 294, Middlesex 27557 

Newton Grove Mrs. Norma Willeford, Rt. 1 Box 175-A, Newton Grove 28366 

Nobles Chapel Mrs. Ruth Stott, Rt. 1, Sims 27880 

North Smithfield Mrs. Electa Standi, 1635 Dail St., Smithfield 27577 

Oliver's Grove Johnnie Stewart, R.F.D. 3, Four Oaks 27524 

Parrish Memorial Mrs. Ann Johnson, Box 234, Micro 27555 

Pauline Mrs. Josephine H. Wood, Rt. 1 Rox 104-A, Four Oaks 27524 

Pine Level .Ms. Salvia Hinnant, Rt. 3 Box 9?.. c -!ma 27576 

Pisgah Mrs. Susan Austin, Rt. 1 Box 374-A, Smithtield 275/7 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Louise M. Glisson, Rt. 1 Still Waters, Angier 27501 



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Princeton Mrs. Jack Worley, Rt. 1 Box 83, Princeton 27569 

Sardis Mrs. Delphia O. Whitley, Rt. 2 Box 160, Smithfield 27577 

Selma Mrs. Ellen P. Allen, P.O. Box 495, Selma 27576 

Sharon Harper Whitley, 209 Brookside Dr., Smithfield 27577 

Shiloh Mrs. Donald R. Byrd, Rt. 1 Box 231, Garner 27529 

Smithfield, First William Barnes, 211 Woodlawn Dr., Smithfield 27577 

Stevens Chapel Wayne Peedin, Rt. 3 Box 42-1, Selma 27576 

Thanksgiving Arnold Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Trinity Mrs. Thel Johnson, Rt. 1, Newton Grove 28366 

Watkins Chapel Mrs. Dorothy Driver, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

White Oak Mrs. Waymon E. Pritchard, Rt. 2 Box 658, Clayton 27520 

Wilson's Mills Mrs. Norman Strickland, Rt. 3 Box 96-B, Smithfield 27577 

List of Chairmen of Deacons 

Antioch .Johnny Narron, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Baptist Tabernacle Kenneth Nowell, Rt. 1 Box 434, Wendell 27591 

Benson W.A. (Doc) Bonds, W. Harnett St., Benson 27504 

Benson Grove Paul Revels, Rt. 1, Angier 27501 

Bethany Percy H. Daughtry, Jr., Rt. 2 Box 157, Kenly 27542 

Bethesda Wilbert Evans, Rt. 1, 320 Hickory Dr., Clayton 27520 

Beulah James C. Barefoot, Rt. 2 Box 467, Dunn 28334 

Burnell Nelson M. Johnson, Rt. 3 Box 226, Four Oaks 27524 

Calvary Charles Denning, Rt. 6 Box 259, Dunn 28334 

Carter's Chapel Wood row Lamm, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 

Cedar Grove Donnie Price, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

Clayton, First W.R. O'Neal, 517 Starling St., Clayton 27520 

Clyde's Chapel Bobby L. Smith, Rt. 1 Box 217, Wendell 27591 

Crestwood Allen Shrum, Godwin St., Selma 27576 

Faith Bobby Blackmon, Rt. 3 Box 301-25, Selma 27576 

Four Oaks Jerry Blackmon, Box 205, Four Oaks 27524 

Hales Chapel Larry Dupree, Rt. 1 Box 222, Zebulon 27597 

Hephzibah Glenn Creech, Pine Level 27568 

Hillside Grover T. Boling, 502 S. John St., Clayton 27520 

Hocutt Memorial Chester Capps, 1327 Main St., Clayton 27520 

Hood's Grove W.A. Hood, Rt. 2 Box 212, Benson 27504 

Jonesboro Abel Penny, 506 E. Divine St., Dunn 28334 

Kenly Jimmy Bailey, P.O. Box 424, Kenly 27542 

Lee's Chapel Louis Driver, P.O. Box 445, Middlesex 27557 

Live Oak R.A. Avery, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Micro, First Lloyd Batten, Jr., Rt. 2 Box 92-D, Selma 27576 

Middlesex John Brantley, P.O. Box 515, Middlesex 27557 

Newton Grove Maddrey Bass, P.O. Box 87, Newton Grove 28366 

Nobles Chapel R.D. Richards, Wilson 27893 

North Smithfield Herman Michael, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Oliver's Grove Jimmy Jones, Rt. 4, Four Oaks 27524 

Parrish Memorial Johnn Medlin, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Pauline Charlie Batten, Rt. 1, Four Oaks 27524 

Pine Level Bobby Cannaday, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Pisgah M.P. Braswell, 419 Wellons St., Smithfield 27577 

Pleasant Grove Charles Gregory, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 

Princeton Clitus Hinton, Rt. 1 Box 398, Princeton 27569 

Sardis W.L. Strickland, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 



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Selma Dickie Parrish, Rt. 1 Box 76, Selma 27576 

Sharon M.B. MacLeod, Smithfield 27577 

Shiloh Gene Coats, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 

Stevens Chapel John Wellons, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 

Thanksgiving Worley Earp, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Trinity J. Don Johnson, Rt. 2 Box 154, Benson 27504 

Watkins Chapel Odell Creech, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

White Oak Glenn Moore, Rt. 2 Box 586, Clayton 27520 

Wilson's Mills Charlie W. Wood, P.O. Box 125, Wilson's Mills 27593 



Proceedings 

FIRST DAY 

1. The seventy-ninth annual meeting of the Johnston Baptist Association was de- 
clared in session by vice moderator, Chadwick Allen at 7:30 p.m. on October 19, 
1981, at the Lee's Chapel Baptist Church. Rendell Day led the congregation in sing- 
ing, "I Stand Amazed in the Presence." 

2. Larry Young, host pastor, welcomed the messengers and made announcements 
about the facilities at the church and the refreshments to be served at the close of the 
evening meeting. 

3. The proposed order of business was presented by John Wilkinson who moved 
that it, with whatever changes became necessary, be the program for the messengers. 
The motion was seconded and adopted. \ 



Program 




Johnston Baptist Association 
LEE'S CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH 
October 19, 1981 



GENERAL THEME: "Churches on Mission in Their Setting" 

7:30 Call to Order Chadwick Allen, Vice Moderator 

Hymn Congregation 

Welcome & Announcements Larry Young 

Adoption of Order of Business John Wilkinson 

Scripture 8c Prayer Bill Norris 

Special Music Lee's Chapel Choir 

Annual Sermon , Chadwick Allen 

8:15 Hymn Congregation 

Miscellaneous Business 

Recognition of Visitors & New Pastors Horace Ricks 

Report of Director of Missions Horace Ricks 

Report of Missions Committee Irvin Adcock 

Report of Associational Historian Charles Creech 



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8:45 Missions Reports: 

West Virginia Rendell Day 

Caribbean Chadwick Allen 

Benediction Mrs. Doc Oliver 




Tuesday Afternoon 
BAPTIST TABERNACLE CHURCH 
October 20, 1981 

3:30 Hymn Congregation 

Scripture & Prayer Mrs. Vivian Nowell 

Welcome & Announcements Charles Stevens 

3:40 PROGRAM REPORTS: 

Sunday School Tom Waits 

Church Training Kenneth Thornton 

Woman's Missionary Union Mrs. Jan Barry 

Brotherhood Dr. Dicky Parrish 

Music Rendell Day 

Evangelism Don Price 

Youth Ministry Tim Stevens 

4:40 Hymn Congregation 

Budget & Finance Committee Report Maurice Grissom 

Treasurer's Report Tony Braswell 

Digest of Church Letters Willard Brown 

Association General Board Report Willard Brown 

Committee on Nominations Report Doland Humphries 

Committee on Time, Place & Preacher James Rose 

Committee Appointments Don Price 

Committee on Ordinations Chadwick Allen 

5:00 Memorials Mrs. Jean Hinton 

5:10 Reports on Institutions & Agencies: 

American Bible Society Mrs. Jean Hinton 

Annuity Board Hoyt Lock 

Baptist Foundation Robert Brooks 

Christian Higher Education Miss Grace Smith 

Christian Life Committee John Ryberg 

Christian Literature Report Edgar Whitlock 

North Carolina Baptist Homes John Wilkinson 

Cooperative Program Doland Humphries 

Baptist Hospital Tim Stevens 

North Carolina Baptist Children's Homes Mrs. Carolyn Tharrington 

5:45 Hymn Congregation 

Message Tom Waits 

6:15 Recognition of Visitors Moderator 

Announcements Charles Stevens 



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6:25 Benediction 8c Blessing on Evening Meal Mrs. William Barnes 

6:30 Evening Meal 




Evening Meal 

BAPTIST TABERNACLE CHURCH 

Host Churches: Churches in Group I 
(Cedar Grove, Watkins Chapel, Baptist Tabernacle, Hales Chapel, 
Lee's Chapel, Middlesex and Nobles Chapel) 

7:30 Hymn Congregation 

Scripture 8c Prayer Mrs. Don King 

Special Music Baptist Tabernacle Choir 

Resolutions Committee Report Maurice Grissom 

7:45 Hymn Congregation 

Miscellaneous Business 8c Announcements 

8:00 Message Dr. Tom Freeman, President, 

Christian Action League of North Carolina 

8:45 Benediction 8c Adjournment 

Congregation singing led by Rendell Day, Associational Music Director 



4. William G. Norris read Matthew 16:13-16 and led in prayer. 

5. Special music was presented by the choir of the Lee's Chapel Church: "I Want 
My Hands to Be the Savior's Hands." 

6. The annual sermon was delivered by Chadwick Allen using the subject, "The 
Church on Mission in Her Setting." He spoke of the church as the "Body of Christ," 
built by and belonging to Jesus Christ - a living organism with power resting in the 
people but coming from the Lord. Its purposes: To give light to the world, to storm 
the bastions of hell and to deliver the message of salvation. The source of strength for 
the task: the power of the Spirit of God. 

7. The congregation sang "Since Jesus Came into My Heart" under the direction 
of Rendell Day. 

8. Kenneth Thornton and Maurice Grissom made announcements. 

9. Director of missions, Horace Ricks spoke about the simultaneous evangelistic 
crusade planned for April, 1982, and presented and displayed the Johnston Baptist 
Association flag designed and made by Mrs. Leon Williams, Mrs. Glenn Wiggs and 
Miss Irma Lee Woodard. His motion that the flag become the official flag of the 
association was seconded and passed. 

10. Jim Sauls addressed the association regarding the North Carolina Baptist 
Homes. 

11. New pastors recognized by the director of missions were: Thomas Pearce, 
Crestwood; Larry Young, Lee's Chapel; Tom Hupp, Wilson's Mills; Charles Stevens, 
Baptist Tabernacle and William Starling, Oliver's Grove. Other pastors and wives 
were asked to stand. 

12. Horace Ricks gave his report as director of missions and spoke about the West 
Virginia Project of our association and the Missions Advance Program. 



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Report of the Director of Missions 



At each regular meeting of the association's general board, your director of 
missions provided the members with a printed report of his major activities during the 
preceding quarter. Hence, it is not my purpose to deliver in this report a composite of 
those reports. 

Instead, I want to share a few things with you about the past year and other things 
about the future. 

October is the first month for receiving checks from participating churches for the 
West Virginia Project. By vote of the general board, we are actively seeking support 
from the churches, a minimum of $15.00 per month from each church. Our purpose 
is to help the mother church and the Home Mission Board to support a pastor for a 
mission at Beaver, West Virginia. 

In addition to financial assistance, the Princeton Church sent two work teams to 
Welch, West Virginia. 

By request from Pastor Jim Hendricks, we have enlisted two revival teams to go to 
the Mountain State the last week in October. 

The association has turned a strategic corner. We are endeavoring to become en- 
gaged in starting new work outside the existing churches. 

For this purpose we are seeking to enlist pastors and churches who will sponsor new 
work. Plans are in the works for a new starts worker in the summer of 1982. He will 
make surveys and start meetings if a need is found. Funds for this project have been 
requested from the convention for this purpose. 

Community surveys will be necessary in areas that are selected for possible new 
work. Only a survey will accurately reveal the potential for some kind of new work. 

To further reinforce the new work program, the general board has approved a 
Missions Advance Program (MAP). The purpose of which is to raise money for the 
support of new work. 

Many of our churches are making good progress. New programs, projects and or- 
ganizations have come into existence. 

We want all churches to know that the association is a ready resource of assistance 
with church program development. Every church can grow. But growth requires ad- 
vance planning and the study and use of available programs. 

Your director of missions welcomes the opportunity to confer with pastors, deac- 
ons, program directors and church councils to study needs and suggest ways of in- 
creasing the effectiveness of the churches' ministries. 

Our hearty thanks for your church's support of the association. Together we are 
able to accomplish much more than we could with each church acting alone. 

With an eye to the future, and a desire to serve our Lord and to minister in His 
name, together we will move forward in the Master's name. 

Horace Ricks, Director of Missions 

Missions Advance Program 

1. The purpose of the Missions Advance Program (MAP) is to provide money to 
support new work starts outside of existing Baptist churches in the territory of the 
Johnston Baptist Association. 

2. New starts may be defined as a mission Sunday school class, mission Sunday 
school, home Bible study, mission, chapel or church, etc. Often buildings must be 
rented for such purposes. 

3. In order to fund new work, we need a sous e of income other than contribu- 
tions from the churches, which are insufficient to provide adequate funding for new 
work. 



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4. It is our plan to have a person employed with the association during the sum- 
mers to survey areas with the purpose of starting new work, if the need is found to be 
present. 

5. Following the start of new work by a summer worker, the association needs to 
be in position to fund the new work project(s). Hopefully, the summer workers 
would be paid by the Baptist State Convention. 

6. Some financial assistance can be secured from the Baptist State Convention, 
however, we need a flexible fund from which money can be spent to fund some as- 
pects of the projects as deemed wise by the association's missions committee and the 
director of missions. 

7. The MAP plan calls for enlisting individuals who will give $50.00 a year. The 
members will give $25.00 when they become members and the other $25.00 upon re- 
quest from the association. 

8. The MAP plan is essential to the financing of new work. The plan is the cap- 
stone to the association's plans for starting new work. 

9. Churches will be encouraged to sponsor new work, and the association, 
through its MAP plan, will be in position to finance the work. 

10. The association is a unit of missions strategy, and in order to win people to 
Christ who are not being reached by existing churches, the association needs to have 
flexible funds to put into new projects. 

11. The membership goal is 200 members. 

12. That all decisions involving the Mission Advance Program including the pur- 
chase of land for new church sites will be made by the general board in response to 
recommendation by the director of missions and the missions committee. 

13. Irvin Adcock gave the missions committee report. 

Missions Committee Report 

In John 20:21, Jesus said that "As the Father hath sent me, so send I you." His 
mission was to glorify God by his redeeming life, death and resurrection. As followers 
of Christ, our mission is to glorify God by bringing men to him through Christ. This 
is the mission of each church. An association is churches in fellowship on mission in 
their setting. An association has various programs to assist churches to accomplish 
this mission. 

Many of our churches had a fine outreach ministry to their community or another 
community through Backyard Bible Clubs. Kerry Smith, associational summer 
youth workers, did an excellent job in conducting Backyard Bible Clubs and a min- 
istry with migrant workers of Johnston County. Our association was able to sponsor 
this ministry through the funding of Baptist State Convention. Health kits (includ- 
ing such articles as soap, washcloth, toothbrush, toothpaste, comb, etc.) and Use Me 
books were prepared by a number of churches and distributed by Kerry to the mi- 
grants. 

Some volunteers from our churches in special mission trips and projects were: 

1. Rev. and Mrs. R.E. Moore of Four Oaks in mission service in Giessen, West 
Germany. 

2. Rev. Chad Allen, pastor of Selma Baptist, with his daughter Myia and nine 
other persons, went on a two- week mission tour in the Caribbean. 

3. Two groups from Princeton Baptist Church went to Welch, West Virginia to do 
mission work. 

4. Ms. Janet Hinton of Princeton did mission work at Mt. Clemens, Michigan. 

5. David Pearce of Princeton worked with construction on the Student Center at 
Pembroke. 



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6. Mrs. J.L. Thomas of Smithfield, did mission work in Bronx, New York City. 

Baptists of North Carolina are cooperating with West Virginia Baptists in a plan to 
help start 100 churches and church-type missions in West Virginia in the next four 
years. The general board approved the recommendation from the missions committee 
that individuals and groups be encouraged to participate in the West Virginia project 
and that the churches in Johnston Baptist Association help finance a work in West 
Virginia by giving a minimum of $15.00 per month beginning October 1, 1981. 

The churches in our association plan to participate in the People Search in Octo- 
ber of 1981 in preparation for the joint simultaneous revival dates of April 14-28, 
1982, sponsored by the Baptist State Convention and General Baptist Convention. 

We have made application to the Baptist State Convention for funding for three 
workers in the summer of 1982. 

1. One person to conduct a Backyard Bible Club ministry. 

2. One person to conduct a ministry among migrant farm laborers. 

3. One person to do survey work to determine the need for new work in the associa- 
tion. 

We have also discussed with the associational council the possibility of starting 
MAP — Missions Advance Program. The purpose of MAP is to raise funds from indi- 
viduals through twice-a-year request to support new work started outside of existing 
Baptist churches, in the territory of the Johnston Association. The association is a 
unit of missions strategy, and in order to win people to Christ who are not being 
reached by existing churches, the association needs to have flexible funds to put into 
new projects. The membership goal is 200 members. 

As the 51 churches extend our ministry efforts through our expanded associational 
ministry, your support is vital through your prayers, money and participation. 

Irvin W. Adcock, Chairman of Committee 

14. Charles Creech gave his report as historian and spoke of a preservation project 
for associational records. He recognized the following members for over 30 years at- 
tendance at annual associational meetings: Mrs. G.A. Earp (over 5$ years), Mrs. 
Thelma Barnes, Mrs. Alberta Boyette, Mrs. Vara Garner, Mrs. Rochelle Lee, Mrs. 
Lois M. Overby, Horace Ricks, Mrs. Nora Williams. 

Report of Historian 

PEOPLE REMEMBERED FOR THEIR SERVICE IN THE LORD'S WORK IN 
THE JOHNSTON ASSOCIATION 

Through the years, many people have been remembered and honored for their 
service in the Lord's work in the association. James G. Lane, historian in 1932 re- 
membered two of these people who were instrumental in the formation and operation 
of the association in the early 1900s. Mr. Lane said, "No two laymen had done more 
in the service of the Lord in Johnston County than R.H. Gower and J.M. Beaty. 
They labored for the cause they loved, traveling the muddy and rough roads of the 
county to strengthen the weak churches and encourage struggling pastors." 

Brother Gower was the one clear and tangible link connecting the old and the new 
eras of Baptist history in this section of Nort Carolina. He was the first moderator of 
the Johnston Association and for 25 years presided over its session, imparting to them 
his own radiant good cheer and optimism and his own zeal and loyalty to the ideals of 
our Baptist forefathers. 

It is not given to many leaders in secular history to see in concrete form the work of 
their hands, but Brother Gower was a spiritual leader who, on the twenty-fifth anni- 
versary of the founding of our association, would see what had been accomplished 



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under his direction. As he ended his last term as moderator, he saw a group of splen- 
did pastors telling of progress that seemed almost miraculous when compared with 
the reports he received when he was serving his first term as moderator. 

Resolutions were adopted at the twenty-fifth anniversary session in 1927 honoring 
retiring Moderator Gower after 25 years of devoted service. He was bestowed with the 
title of Moderator Emeritus for the remainder of his life. 

Brother J.M. Beaty had been a member of the executive committee in the Raleigh 
Association prior to 1903. He helped form the Johnston Association and was chair- 
man of its executive committee for many years. Brother Beaty took a particular in- 
terest in the Pleasant Grove community. He purchased a piece of property there and 
gave it to the association to be used for a church in that community. He then went to 
work to establish a church there. When he died in 1922, he willed one-sixth of his 
estate to the association to be used for the Lord's work. At the 1922 annual session, a 
memorial service was held and resolutions adopted in the .memory of Brother Beaty. 

Not all the people who have made outstanding contributions to the association 
have been remembered as well as these two, however, many have been remembered 
throughout the years in special ways. Some have been remembered in historian's 
reports, others through special resolutions, while still others have been pictured with 
the minutes of that session dedicated to them. Some 40 people have been remembered 
in one or more of these three ways. 

In 1924, the committee on obituaries was adopted. Since 1926, a list of all the 
members of all the churches who have died during the previous year has been 
published in the minutes after having been read during a memorial service at the 
annual meeting. In this way, some 100 people have been remembered by the associa- 
tion each year for the Christian life they lived. 

In 1927, during the twenty-fifth anniversary program, the moderator asked the 
clerk to read from the minutes of 25 years ago the roll of churches and delegates and 
the list of pastors and officers of the association. All those who were present 25 years 
ago were asked to take seats on the platform: R.H. Gower, A. A. Pippin, C.W. Carter, 
J.C. Hardee, J.T. Holt, Mrs. J.M. Beaty (in place of her deceased husband), and Dr. 
Livingston Johnston who was present as the state corresponding secretary. 

In 1950, the moderator recognized those present who had been present at the or- 
ganization of the association in the Selma Church in 1903. The following were 
present: Mr. B.R. Edgerton of the Pinkney Church, Mrs. V.A. Hocutt of the 
Clayton Church, H.E. Earp of the Selma Church, Mr. J.M. Richardson of the Live 
Oak Church, and Miss Annie Myatt of the Smithfield Church. 

In 1953, the following brethren and sisters were asked to stand in recognition of 
their record of regular attendance at associational meetings: Mrs. Ethel Johnson, 
Mr. J.E. Gilbert, and Mrs. B.A. Hocutt. In 1957, Mrs. B.A. Hocutt and Miss Annie 
Myatt were recognized as charter members of the association. In 1959, the moderator 
announced that Mr. and Mrs. G. Willie Lee had attended every annual session of the 
association since 1928. This seemed unparalleled. However, it was learned that Miss 
Annie Myatt had attended all but four annual sessions since 1904. In 1963, Miss An- 
nie Myatt was present again and stated that she had attended more than 40 annual 
sessions. 

In 1976 and 1977, churches and individiuals were given a chance to have some out- 
standing persons remembered by donating money in their name to the associational 
building fund. Some 103 people have been remembered in this way and have had 
their names inscribed on plaques in the association building. 

It is through the dedicated service of all the people mentioned in this report plus 
many, many more just like them that has strengthened, enlarged, and expanded the 
Lord's work in the Johnston Association from just over 2,000 members in 1903 to 
almost 14,000 members today. 

Charles W. Creech, Historian 



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15. Rendell Day gave an oral report on a mission project in which he participated 
with a group from the Princeton Baptist Church in Welch, West Virginia during the 
summer. 

16. Chadwick Allen reported on accomplishments of a two-week evangelistic and 
dental mission by a group composed of him, his daughter and nine others. 

17. After announcements by the director of missions that two teams from the asso- 
ciation will be going to West Virginia next week, that Mrs. Leona Thomas will be 
going to Russia, and a request for prayer for Mrs. Dale Mitchner, a motion was 
passed to recess until Tuesday afternoon at 3:30, and John Wilkinson led the closing 
prayer. 

SECOND DAY 

18. The second day of the seventy-ninth annual session of the Johnston Baptist 
Association began at the Baptist Tabernacle Baptist Church at 3:30 p.m. on October 
20, 1981, with vice moderator, Chadwick Allen, presiding. 

19. Rendell Day led the congregation in singing "I Am Thine, O Lord." 

20. Mrs. Vivian Nowell read Acts 10:1-8, 30-33, and led in prayer. 

21. Charles Stevens, host pastor, welcomed the messengers and made announce- 
ments about facilities at the church. 

22. Tom Waits presented the report of the Sunday school. 

Sunday School Report 

The past year has been an exciting one for those of \is involved in Sunday school 
work. The Sunday school associational training schools were held in February and 
March with a record 223 in attendance. Since that time the ASSIST team has pro- 
vided training in several of our churches and other invitations are already being 
scheduled. 

Now we are getting ready for a tremendous conventionwide compaign to increase 
Sunday school enrollment to 8.5 million by September 30, 1985, referred to as "8.5 by 
'85." 

The purpose of the Associational Sunday School Improvement Support Team 
(ASSIST) in this campaign will be to involve as many of our 51 churches as possible 
in a coordinated effort to increase Sunday school enrollment. We want to develop a 
plan for growth here in the Johnston Association and encourage the beginning or im- 
proving of visitation and outreach programs in every one of our churches. 

At the same time, the personnel of our ASSIST team will continue to be available 
to provide assistance to the churches of our association in teacher training, Sunday 
school administration and organization, and outreach just as we have in the past 
year. 

H.T. Waits, Associational Sunday School Director 

23. Kenneth Thornton gave the church training report and made announcements 
about "M" Night and a training session. 

Church Training Report 

Church Training Theme 1981-1982: "Equipping for Church Growth" 

What does church growth mean to you? (A) Numerical increase (profession of 
faith)? (B) New buildings or expansion? Church training bases its concept of church 



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growth on Ephesians 4:12B ". . . for the edifying (building up) of the body of 
Christ." This building up surely involves salvation experience, and spiritual growth 
through equipping members for spiritual maturity and ministry. A clear, to the 
point definition of church growth is given in "Growing Southern Baptist Churches." 
Church growth is the divine — human process of adding to a 
church those who are saved through Jesus Christ, equipping them 
for responsible discipleship resulting in WITNESSING, MINIS- 
TERING, AND ESTABLISHING new fellowships of believers. 
Through dated curriculum materials, equipping centers, Survival Kits for New 
Christians and other new church member helps, Baptist doctrine studies, Masterlife 
and DiscipleLife, churches can lead their members to grow spiritually and to reach 
out in witness and ministry to others. 

An important note to pastors/churches interested in beginning church training: 
Early in 1982 all interested churches will be given some help in "How to begin 
Church Training." Mrs. Ruth Prince, Church Training Department in Raleigh 
will spend a week in our association to help those who are interested. In the mean- 
while I offer my assistance in helping you. Church training is growing. Will you be 
included in one of these churches? 

Kenneth Thornton, Associational Church Training Director 

24. Mrs. Jan Barry presented the Woman's Missionary Union report and an- 
nounced a tea for pastors and wives. 

Woman's Missionary Union Report 

This has been a busy and exciting year for the W.M.U. of Johnston Association. 
Would you believe ... we had 100% attendance at the leadership workshop at 
Mundo Vista ! 

Would you believe . . . our association is the only association in the state of North 
Carolina to have a W.M.U. program in every church ! 

Would you believe . . . our association achieved the Distinguished Award this year, 
which is the highest honor for achievement presented by the Southern Baptist Con- 
vention for W.M.U. work! 

Thank you Dr. and Mrs. Ricks. Thank you Mrs. Oliver. Thank you Council. 
Thank you . . . 

WE HAVE HAD MANY NEW LEADERS THIS YEAR. All of the council re- 
ceived training in preparation for the associational leadership workshop held at 
Smithfield Baptist. 

Former missionary to Alaska, Mrs. Isaacs, spoke at the Baptist Women's World 
Day of Prayer meeting in Benson. It was a wonderful meeting and an offering was 
taken for Baptist Women Alliance to be used in program and projects. 

Mrs. Isaacs spent a week in our association teaching a Laubach Literacy Workshop 
with the help of Mrs. Cornman from Augusta, Georgia. Sixteen persons received 
diplomas for their study. 

A prayer retreat at the Princeton Baptist Church was a May highlight. Retired 
missionary to China, Miss Franks, led the retreat, which was for every church 
family. Miss Franks, over 80, was an inspiration to all of us as she encouraged a closer 
walk with God as she shared her testimony of joy coming from a life totally committed 
to God. 

Our annual W.M.U. meeting was very special with good activities, reports, attend- 
ance, and a good offering for Bee Bee Thornton, one of our Johnston Association 
girls, who is a volunteer working with the Indians in New Mexico. 



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The quality of leadership we have in our directors for B.W., B.Y.W., Acteens, 
G.A. and Mission Friends is unmatched. We are fortunate to have these dedicated 
women in our association. It has been a real privilege for me to work with them and 
with my assistant, Mrs. Hinton. The W.M.U. Council met each quarter at the associ- 
ational building and enjoyed fellowship, training and a covered dish luncheon. 

God bless you all and your goals ! 

Jan Barry, Associational Woman's Missionary Union Director 

25. Horace Ricks reported for the brotherhood. 

Brotherhood Report 

The 1980-81 year has been a progressive year for our Baptist Men and R.A.s. Many 
of our men have participated in mission work of various phases: construction, evan- 
gelism, etc. The spiritual rewards these men received are invaluable. 

R.A.s continue to grow in numbers, slightly. Approximately 265 R.A.s in grades 1- 
12 played in the Johnston Baptist Association R.A. Basketball League. Four Oaks 
Younger Pioneers advanced to the state semifinals. Crusaders played at Kenly gym 
while Pioneers played at Wilson's Mills and Selma on Saturdays during January, 
February and March. 

The Johnston Baptist Association Track Meet attracted approximately 75 boys. 
The winners advanced to the state meet at Winston-Salem. 

An R.A. rally was held in the Selma Elementary cafeteria in May. Calvin 
Warren, member of North Carolina state football team was guest speaker. 

Doland Humphries, associational R.A. director held one associational 
brotherhood clinic, one associational R.A. clinic and three R.A. clinics in the 
churches. 

Our hope is to not only expand existing men and R.A. programs, but to work very 
hard to start programs in all the churches. 

Please call on our associational brotherhood leaders if we can be of assistance to 
your church. 

Dicky Parrish, Associational Brotherhood Director 

26. Rendell Day gave the music report. 

Music Report 

The major activities of the associational music committee in 1980-81 was the area 
PraiSings. Trinity Baptist Church hosted the southern area sing on February 8. Be- 
sides the adults of Trininty, Pauline and Calvary, the service was blessed by the 
singing of the children's choir from Benson Baptist Church. 

The western area sing was held May 24 at Pisgah. Adult choirs representing 
Pisgah, Bethesda and Clayton First presented a variety of music. 

The northern area sing was held at Baptist Tabernacle on August 23. The special 
music and congregational singing was led by the adult choirs of Baptist Tabernacle, 
Thanksgiving, Watkins Chapel and Clyde's Chapel. Special recognition was given to 
Watkins Chapel whose adult choir has attended every PraiSing and quarterly hymn 
sing since their reorganization in 1976-77. 

The area PraiSings planned for the 1981-82 year are as follows: March 7 at 
Parrish Memorial, May 16 at Newton Grove, July 18 at Shiloh, and August 15 at 

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Watkins Chapel. Make plans now to attend the one in your area. A new time of 2:30 
p.m. will hopefully be better for everyone. 

Church Music Week is August 22-29, 1982. This is an excellent time for churches to 
demonstrate their total music program and express appreciation for the music minis- 
try in their church. 

The Music Department of the Southern Baptist Convention has two publications 
that will be an asset to any music program. Glory Sons is an accumulation of songs for 
choirs and Peddlepoint is a publication of music for accompanists. These may be or- 
dered on your quarterly literature forms. 

If the music committee can assist you in your music program, please contact the 
associational office. 

Tom Johnson, Associational Music Director 
27. Don Price gave the report on evangelism. 

Evangelism Report 

All Baptists are urged to participate in the joint evangelistic crusade in 1982. The 
theme will be "Here's Hope." Interpretation meetings have been held across the state 
to suggest plans and basic thrusts for the joint crusade effort, which is cosponsored by 
the Baptist State Convention and the General Baptist State Convention. The simul- 
taneous revival dates for the areas are: Coastal - March 14-28, Piedmont - April 4-18; 
and Mountain - April 25-May 9, 1982. The dates for our association are April 4-18. 
Every church is encouraged to plan a revival meeting during one of these suggested 
dates. Let us pray daily that every unsaved person in North Carolina will have the 
opportunity to hear the gospel of Christ by the end of 1982. 

Churches are urged to have lay evangelism schools in preparation for the 1982 
joint crusade. Master copies of transparencies to be used in teaching lay evangelism 
schools were sent to all directors of missions. Seventy-three associations have a trained 
coordinator of lay evangelism schools who will train other pastors in the association. 

"Prayer and Awakening" was the theme of the thirty-fifth statewide evangelism 
conference held February 2-3, 1981 in the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium, Asheville 
Civic Center, Asheville, North Carolina. About 2,400 pastors and laypersons attended 
this conference. 

Most of our associations have been involved in Bold Evangelism Clinics, encourag- 
ing church leaders to plan specific, ongoing programs of evangelism in the local 
church, with the use of the notebook, Bold Evangelism through the Local Church. 
The other associations are asked to plan a Bold Evangelism Clinic, and churches are 
also urged to enlist a local church task force on evangelism to involve more members 
in direct witnessing to unsaved persons. 

Some of the associations will be meeting before the dates of August 28, 29, and 30, 
but on these three nights, thousands of youth will be involved in our three youth 
evangelism conferences. This is a first as, heretofore, we have had only one youth 
evangelism conference. On August 28, the conference will be in Fayetteville; on 
August 29, in Greensboro, and on August 30, in Asheville. We thank God for these 
three wonderful evangelistic opportunities for what we believe He is going to do in 
these three serv ices. 

The youth evangelism leadership conference has rapidly become a major intensive 
equipping time for pastors and youth leaders. Key areas of the conference are person- 
al growth of the leader, youth witness training and discipleship, and equipping 
adults to minister to youth. During the 1981 conference, October 5-7. at Carawav, 
Jack Taylor is the inspirational speaker. 



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Baptisms were up last year! Praise God! While it is too early to know, we all pray 
that North Carolina Baptists are recapturing the desire and commandment of the 
Lord to "feed my sheep." If so, we shall surely continue to see more persons led to 
receive Christ as Lord ! 

The thirty-sixth statewide evangelism conference will be held in Greensboro 
during February 8-9, 1982. 

On April 1, 1981, W.C. Lamb became evangelism consultant of the Hawaiian 
Baptist Convention. 

Don Price, Chairman of Evangelism 
28. Tim Stevens gave the report on youth ministry. 

Youth Ministry Report 

The year 1981 has been a good one for youth work in the Johnston Association. We 
have, together with youth leaders in our churches, planned and carried out several 
youth activities. 

The first of these was the associational youth talent night held at Bethesda Baptist 
Church, Saturday evening, February 7. Several of our churches had youth attend- 
ing, and approximately 50 young persons took part in the talent show. Everyone 
present seemed to enjoy this evening and several expressed a desire to have another 
later. Plans are being made for a similar event early in 1982. 

Probably the highlight of the year for us was our annual youth rally, March 14. 
This was held at Micro First Baptist and was attended by about 150 youth and adult 
leaders. Randy Umberger, a young evangelist from Rocky Mount, was our speaker 
for the evening, and the program featured youth oriented singing as well as some 
special musical presentations. We were thrilled at the response when the service was 
closed with three young persons making professions of faith in Jesus Christ, and 
many others recommitting their lives to Him. We feel confident that the youth 
ministry in our churches was enhanced by this event. 

We look forward in the coming months to further progress in the youth work of 
our association. One of our plans for the future involves the formation of an associa- 
tional youth council, with representatives from the churches to better communicate 
to us the need of our churches and their young people. 

The job before us is to continue to reach unsaved youth and to tap the almost limit- 
less resources of those in our churches. 




29. The congregation was led in singing "Leaning on the Everlasting Arms" by 
RendellDay. 

30. With the program running ahead of time, the director of missions was asked to 
introduce Larry Reagan, pastor of Mountain Top Baptist Church, Welch, West Vir- 
ginia, who spoke gratefully about the Princeton Church sending the team of workers 
to help his church during the summer. 

31. Maurice Grissom gave the report of the budget and finance committee and 
moved that the proposed budget be approved. The motion was seconded and the 
messengers voted to adopt the budget. 



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1981 - 1982 Budget 



200 SALARIES AND BENEFITS 

1. Salaries $18,300.00 

2. Utilities 3,700.00 

3. Insurance 1,805.00 

4. Annuity 3,370.00 

5. F.I.C.A. taxes 1,500.00 

200 SUBTOTAL 28,576.00 

300 OPERATING EXPENSES 

1. Supplies and Postage $ 2,500.00 

2. Building Need 2,300.00 

3. Utilities (building) 2,050.00 

4. Insurance (building) 300.00 

5. D.O.M. Travel 2,700.00 

6. D.O.M. Convention 8c Conference 1,200.00 

7. Associational Promotion 250.00 

300 SUBTOTAL $11,300.00 

400 ANNUAL MEETING 

1. Publishing Annuals $ 750.00 

2. Speakers 100.00 

3. Clerk 200.00 

4. Historian 300.00 

400 SUBTOTAL 300.00 

500 ORGANIZATIONS 

1. Woman's Missionary Union $ 750.00 

2. Brotherhood 1,000.00 

3. Sunday School 435.00 

4. Church Training 200.00 

500 SUBTOTAL $ 2,385.00 

600 PROGRAMS 

1. Music $ 100.00 

2. Evangelism 100.00 

3. Vacation Bible School 200.00 

4. Mission Ministries 250.00 

5. Leader Training 500.00 

6. Youth Ministry 300.00 

7. Library/Media Center 150.00 

8. Senior Adult Ministry 150.00 
' 9. Stewardship Development 100.00 
10. Seminary Extension 200.00 
1 1 . 1984 World Mission Conference 1,500.00 

600 SUBTOTAL $ 3,550.00 

700 MISCELLANEOUS 

Non-budgeted Items $ 50.00 

TOTAL PROPOSED BUDGET $47,310.00 



32. Tony Braswell gave the treasurer's report. 



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Treasurer's Report 





Year Ending September 30, 1981 




CHURCHES 


ANNUALS COPIER 


REGULAR 


Antioch 


$ 15.00 $ 75.00 


$ 187.50 


Baptist Center 


50.00 


— 


Baptist Tabernacle 


150.00 


1,200.00 


Benson 




3,578.82 


Benson Grove 




50.00 


Bethany 




300.00 


Bethesda 


12.50 50.00 


704.97 


Beulah 




274.54 


Blackmail's Grove 


40.00 


250.00 


Burnell 


46.00 


200.00 


Calvary 




344.71 


Carter's Chapel 




325.00 


Cedar Grove 




250.00 


Clayton, First 




3,526.64 


Clyde's Chapel 


25.00 


700.00 


Corinth 


50.00 


399.96 


Crestwood 


25.00 


450.50 


Faith 


100.00 


271.50 


Four Oaks 




1,323.56 


Hales Chapel 


25.00 


350.00 


Hephzibah 


100.00 


1,200.00 


Hillside 




120.00 


Hocutt Memorial 


100.00 


3,283.16 


Hood's Grove 


12.50 25.00 


55.00 


Jonesboro 




300.00 


Kenly 




132.00 


Lee's Chapel 




333.00 


Live Oak 


10.00 50.00 


600.00 


Micro 




200.00 


Middlesex 




582.34 


Newton Grove 


33.65 


100.00 


Nobles Chapel 


55.00 


511.20 


North Smithfield 


50.00 


150.00 


Oliver's Grove 




250.00 


Parrish Memorial 


50.00 


— 


Pauline 


91.00 


— 


Pine Level 




1,200.39 


Pisgah 




699.98 


Pleasant Grove 


40.00 


1,241.38 


Princeton 




1,000.00 


Sardis 


100.00 


500.00 


Selma 


150.00 


1,826.00 


Sharon 




1,106.65 


Shiloh 


20.00 


200.00 


Smithfield 




1,100.00 


Stevens Chapel 




388.70 


Thanksgiving 




762.62 


Trinity 




225.00 


Watkins Chapel 


25.00 


200.00 



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White Oak 100.00 
Wilson's Mills 5.00 
Bapist State Convention 

Miscellaneous Income 767.67 

TOTALS $190.00 $2,258.32 
TOTAL receipts for year: $41,115.14 



DISBURSEMENTS 



Budgeted 
1980-81 

200 SALARIES & BENEFITS: 

1. D.O.M. Salary $10,500.00 

2. D.O.M. Housing Allowance 2,100.00 

3. D.O.M. Utilities 1,600.00 

4. D.O.M. Annuity 1,700.00 

5. D.O.M. Insurance 1,488.00 

6. Secretary Salary 5,930.00 

7. Secretary Hospital Insurance 250.00 

300 OPERATING EXPENSES: 

1. Supplies & Postage 2,250.00 

2. Equipment & Repairs 900.00 

3. Office Utilities 1,300.00 

4. Insurance (building) 300.00 

5. Telephone (office) 500.00 

6. Maintenance (house & grounds) 950.00 

7. D.O.M. Travel 2,700.00 

8. D.O.M. Convention & Conferences 1,300.00 

9. Associational Promotion 300.00 
1 . Building Needs 500 . 00 

400 ANNUAL MEETING: 

1 . Publishing Annuals 750 . 00 

2. Speakers 100.00 

3. Stenographer 100.00 

4. Clerk 100.00 

5. Historian 100.00 

500 ORGANIZATIONS: 

(Special gift to W.M.U.) 390.00 

I. Woman's Missionary Union 750.00 

'2. Brotherhood 860.00 

3. Sunday School 200.00 

4. Church Training 200.00 

600 PROGRAMS: 

1. Music 100.00 

2. Evangelism 300.00 

3 . Vacation Bible School 200 . 00 

4. Mission Ministries 400.00 

5. Leader Training 500.00 

6. Youth Ministry 300.00 

7. Library/Media Center 150.00 

8. Senior Adult Ministry 300.00 



741.87 
1,152.19 
1,550.00 
2,357.64 
$38,666.82 



Disbursed 
1980-81 

$10,480.10 
2,275.00 
1,571.58 
1,558.37 
1,463.07 
6,087.92 
246.60 



2,301.10 
888.31 

1,093.34 
255.00 
513.00 
678.47 

2,651.37 

1,296.00 
255.25 
425.00 



661.39 
100.00 

100.00 



878.79 
841.64 
272.22 
221.00 



34.45 
82.92 
168.77 
41.80 
359.19 
180.57 
12.25 
35.00 



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9. Stewardship Development 




99 A Q 


10. Seminary Extension 


300.00 




700 MISCELLANEOUS: 


50.00 




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B.B.C. & Migrant Missions 


1,550.00 


810.10 


W.M.U. Literacy Books 


119.80 


119.80 


Gavin's (for copier) 


2,258.32 


2,458.95 


Deacon-Ministers' Banquet 


1,344.00 


1,246.33 


Churchmanship Supper 


78.00 


97.50 


Check run through our hooks belonged to 






Brotherhood 


30.00 


30.00 


Transfer to Savings 




2,000.00 


Balance in checking account October 4, 1980 




$ 5,047.47 


Total receipts for 1980-81 




41,115.14 


Transfer from savings 




2,128.25 


(Stop payment has to be added back) 




175.00 


i ocai uisoursements ior i»oU-oi 




44 814 63 


Balance in checking account September 30, 1981 




$ 3,651.23 


Savings account balance September 30, 1981 




$ 4,190.39 


Balance on hand, September 30, 1981 




$ 7,841.62 



Tony Braswell, Treasurer of Association 



33. Willard Brown gave the digest of letters report, and Horace Ricks challenged 
the churches to a net increase of 106 members in Sunday school during the year 1981- 
1982. 

34. The report of the general board was presented by Willard Brown. 

General Board Report 

The general board of the Johnston Baptist Association met four times during the 
year 1980-1981. Dates of the meetings were January 8, March 26, June 25 and Sep- 
tember 24. Moderator George Smith presided over all the meetings except the June 
meeting when vice moderator, Chadwick Allen, presided. 

At the JANUARY meeting, the following members were elected to serve on the 
budget and finance committee: Maurice Grissom, Larry Crowe, Walter Jones and 
E.S. Simpson. Treasurer Tony Braswell also serves on the committee. 

At the MARCH meeting, recommendations concerning the West Virginia project 
were discussed and a substitute motion for further study was adopted. The following 
department directors for the year 1981-1982 were elected: Sunday school, Tom 
Waits; church training, Kenneth Thornton; evangelism, Don Price; music, Rendell 
Day; library services, Chris Akers; Woman's Missionary Union, Mrs. Jan Barry. 

At the JUNE meeting, the 10-item recommendation concerning support for the 
West Virginia Project was adopted. The proposed budget for 1981-1982 was approved 
for recommendation to the association at the annual meeting. The report of the 
committee on nominations was approved. 

At the SEPTEMBER meeting, a 12-point Mission Advance Program (MAP) for 
the support of new work in the association area, was adopted, along with a substitute 



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motion that all decisions involving the Mission Advance Program including the pur- 
chase of land for new church sites will be made by the general board in response to 
recommendation by the director of missions and the missions committee. 

Willard A. Brown, Clerk of Association 

35. Doland Humphries brought the report of the committee on nominations listed 
in the Book of Reports, and all nominees were elected. Nominations for moderator, 
vice moderator, clerk, treasurer, historian, one trustee (1984) were read and each 
elected without opposition, on motion by Mr. Simpson, Charles Stevens, Don Price, 
Maurice Grissom, H.J. Beeker, in that order (see Association al Directory). 

36. Don Price brought the time, place and preacher report and moved its adoption. 
The motion was seconded and adopted. 

Time, Place and Preacher Report 

Your committee makes the following report: 
Time: October 18 and 19, 1982 
Place: Trinity Baptist Church, October 18, 1982 

Carter's Chapel Baptist Church, October 19, 1982 
Preacher: Kenneth Thornton, fiethesda Baptist Church 
Alternate: Doland Humphries, Pine JLcvel Baptist Church 

Ins Lee & James Rose, Committee Members 

37. The committee on committees report was given by Don Price who moved its 
adoption. The motion was seconded and adopted (see Associational Directory). 

38. Chad Allen called attention to the committee on ordinations report. 

Committee on Ordinations Reports 

The committee on ordinations was called on twice during the past church year to 
examine candidates for ordination to the gospel ministry. Lee's Chapel Baptist 
Church requested the committee examine William Starling, and Newton Grove Bap- 
tist Church requested that the committee examine C.H. Lee. On each occasion the 
request was honored and a recommendation forwarded to the church. 

This committee exists for the sole purpose of assisting churches within the associa- 
tion which request that the committee examine a candidate for ordination. The 
committee functions only when such a request is received. Once the examination has 
been conducted, a recommendation is sent from the committee to the church. How- 
ever, the recommendation is of an advisory nature only and has no authority in the 
decision of the church to ordain or not to ordain the candidate. 

Chadwick J. Allen, Chairman of Committee 

39. Horace Ricks announced area church growth meetings during November, in 
five areas of the association for members of church councils or key leaders. 

40. Mrs. Clitus Hinton gave the report on memorials and led in prayer. 



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Our Beloved Dead 




ANTIOCH 

Arthur Hinton 
Rebecca O'Neal 
Doyt Davis 
(Deacon) 
Roger Whitley 
Lillian Strickland 

BAPTIST CENTER 
Avon Hill 
Harley Barbour 

BAPTIST 
TABERNACLE 
Raeford Driver 

(Deacon) 
Needham Anderson 
Mrs. Lillian 

Richardson 
Mrs. Sadie Batten 

BENSON 

Ralph Whittington 

(Deacon) 
Mrs. Jesse T. Morgan 
Mrs. Mabel Barnes 
Mrs. Ola Mae (Teny) 

D. Johnson 
Mrs. Annie J. Hodges 

BETHANY 
Jesse Wall 
William Evans 
(Deacon) 

BETHESDA 
Joseph Kennedy 
Marion Hobbs 
L.H. Lee, Jr. 
Mrs. Cassanna 

Puckett 
Ms. Pearl Puckett 
Mrs. Alberta Jones 

BEULAH 
Rebecca Mize 
Flonnie McLamb 

M 



Nettie Barefoot 

Vida Wood 
BLACKMAN'S 
GROVE 

Miss Herma 
Massengill 

Charles Barefoot 

Charles Wood 

Aaron Wood 
(Deacon) 

BURNELL 

Mrs. Lucy Allen 
Mrs. Jane Pender 

CALVARY 
Charlie Bass 

CLAYTON, FIRST 
Mrs. Imogene Dalton 
R.W. Montague 
Mrs. Barbara G. 

Montague 
Mrs. J.L. Hinton 
B. Wilson Champion 
W.G. Massey (Deacon) 
Billy Garris 
Mrs. Ovie McCullers 

CLYDE'S CHAPEL 
Jack Crowder 

CORINTH 

Mrs. Elizabeth Hardy 
Mrs. Blonnie Corbett 
Mrs. Julia Thomasson 
Walter Doan 
Vernon Congleton 
Talmadge Whitley 
Edgar Johnson 
Mrs. Flonnie Ellis 
J. Doyt Hinton 
(Deacon) 



FAITH 

Mrs. Ruth Brown 




Alphonso Eason 

(Deacon) 
Newman Hocutt 
Rufus O'Neal 



FOUR OAKS 
Mrs. Sue Forbes 
Mrs. E.O. 

Tarkington 
Lewis Keen 

HALES CHAPEL 
Mrs. Pauline 

Corbett 
Rex Brown 
Milton G. 

Upchurch 

HEPHZIBAH 
Percy Daughtry 
Thurman Peedin 
(Deacon) 

HOCUTT 

MEMORIAL 
Sam Lee 
Milton Phillips 
Mrs. Millie Bunn 

KENLY 

Mrs. A.G. Tyner 

LEE'S CHAPEL 
Mrs. Lessie Alford 
Jonah Stallings 
Lawless Lewis 
Mrs. Virginia L. 
West 

LIVE OAK 
Mrs. Georgia 
Underbill 

MICRO, FIRST 

Reva Mae Batten 
I William Homer 
Wright 

MIDDLESEX 
L.G. Deans 
(Deacon) 



3 
3 




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NOBLES CHAPEL 
Mrs. Sallie Morris 
Ms. Viola Boykin 
W.T. Boykin 

OLIVER'S GROVE 
Carl C. Moore 
Monroe Moore 
Wade Ferrell 
Mrs. Emma Allen 

PISGAH 

Arthur Barbour 

PLEASANT 
GROVE 

Mrs. Maybell 

Johnson 
Lindburg Carroll 

PRINCETON 
Arthur Hinnant 
Mrs. Mabel 

Johnson Jones 
Mrs. Fannie Tart 




SARDIS 

Mrs. Penny Overbee 

SELMA 

Mrs. Ida Brown 
Paul Harris 
Mrs. Mary Wiggs 
Mrs. Bessie Eason 
Mrs. Maggie Hughes 
Mrs. Minda Hatcher 
Glen Terrell 
Joe Creech (Deacon) 
Mrs. C.E. Kornegay 
Oscar Creech 

SMITHFIELD, FIRST 
C.L. Denning 
B.E. Dorman 
CP. Day 

Mrs. Thomas W. Ives, 
V.O. Moore 
Stephen F. Johnson 

(Lt. Col) 
W.N. Norton 
Mrs. Clem Poston 




STEVENS CHAPEL 
Mrs. Hazel Crumpler 

THANKSGIVING 
Miss Thelma Zard 

TRINITY 

Mrs. Ada Clifton 
Danny Hayes 

WATKINS CHAPEL 
Fad Manning 
Miss Veras Hinton 

WHITE OAK 
Edgar Barham 
Mrs. Bertie Castleberry 
Miss Alice Murphy 
Mrs. Ethel Wall 
Mrs. Nannie Lee 
Sr. Wilder 

Marvin Wall, Jr. 

WILSON'S MILLS 
Mrs. Marjorie Y. Peale 
Mrs. Nancy Hall 



41. The American Bible Society report was given by Mrs. Clitus Hinton. 



American Bible Society Report 

The American Bible Society, founded 165 years ago in 1816, continues to pursue 
the only purpose for which it was established: the translation, production and distri- 
bution of God's Word without doctrinal note or comment, and without profit. 

On behalf of the millions of people who learned about our Lord Jesus Christ 
through the pages of Scripture in 1980, the A.B.S. would like to express its sincere 
thanks to the churches and agencies of the Southern Baptist Convention for their 
share in these successful programs of Scripture evangelism. The denomination's sup- 
port for each of the past four years has averaged about two cents per member, or a 
total of $293,000.00. 

Of particular significance to the Southern Baptist convention is the Bible work be- 
ing carried out in the country of Brazil, one of your largest and oldest fields of serv- 
ice. 

During 1980 the Bible Society of Brazil produced for the first time the Illustrated 
New Testament in Today's Portuguese. This new translation is receiving a tremen- 
dous response from church leaders and individuals. In addition, work is continuing 
on the complete Bible in this version. This translation is expected to attain the same 



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popularity in Brazil as the Spanish Version Popular Bible received throughout Latin 
America. 

And in Nigeria, new translations have been completed to meet the growing needs 
of Nigerian Christians who are becoming increasingly eager to have the Scriptures in 
their own languages. Translation of the complete New Testament was reported for 
the first time ever in the languages of Angas and Yala. This means that those who 
speak these languages will now have a chance to experience a new life in Christ as 
revealed through His message of love and forgiveness. 

To help aid the A.B.S. in its worldwide effort to serve the church and its global 
ministries, and to strengthen the indispensable partnership between the churches 
and the A.B.S., an advisory council was held last year. Representatives of many 
major denominations were present at this council, to discuss with officials of the 
A.B.S. ways in which increased support for the worldwide Bible cause and goals for 
the years to come could be achieved. Representing the Southern Baptist Convention 
were Dr. Harold C. Bennett, executive secretary-treasurer, Executive Committee of 
the Southern Baptist Convention and Dr. Porter Routh, his predecessor, both mem- 
bers of the A.B.S. Board of Managers. 

At the advisory council meeting, several important resolutions were adopted. Of 
special significance is the resolution encouraging "... greater financial support from 
churches and the total Christian community, especially when viewed in light of U.S. 
and world inflation . . ." and urging ". . . the churches to set a goal of at least 10 per- 
cent annual growth in financial support to the work of the A.B.S." We sincerely 
hope that the Southern Baptist Convention will find it possible to assist in the success- 
ful fulfillment of this resolution. Perhaps we could look for the day when the 
average gift to the Bible cause will be at least four cents' per member per year! 

Mrs. Clitus Hinton, Representative 
42. Horace Ricks called attention to the Annuity Board report. 

Annuity Board Report 

"Nineteen hundred eighty has been a year of unprecedented growth and startling 
change," according to Dr. Darold H. Morgan, president of the Southern Baptist 
Convention's Annutiy Board. 

Key statistical highlights in 1980 included: 

1. A 13th Check amounting to 10 percent of a year's benefit was mailed to annui- 
tants who retired before 1980. 

2. A total of $21,059,479.00 in retirement benefits was paid. 

3. Insurance benefits through the board's church, agency and seminary programs 
amounted to $15,955,965.00. 

4. Total assets held in trust at the close of the year equaled $806,518,757.00. This 
figure represented a growth of $139,043,770.00 over 1979's total. 

5. Premium income totaled $87,938,590.00 including contributions and relief re- 
ceipts. A total of $42, 121, 138.00 was designated for the Fixed Fund $3,620,501.00 
was earmarked for the Balanced Fund and $11,063,513.00 went into Plan A. 
Insurance premiums totaled $24,863,894.00. 

6. At the close of 1980, the board counted 20, 527 church and agency member ac- 
counts in Plan A, 47,701 in the Fixed Fund, 6,033 in the Balanced Fund and 
3,376 in the Variable Fund. 

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DEPARTMENT OF RETIREMENT PLANNING 

In North Carolina as of March 31, 1981 3,114 staff members of 2,353 churches and 
associations are participating in the Southern Baptist Retirement Program. Through 
March 31, 1981, we had processed the following: 

70 - Southern Baptist Retirement Program applications 
1 1 - applications for age retirement benefits 
442 - upgrades 

One of the most exciting and far reaching aspects of our work for 1980 has been the 
printing of and response to the study guide, Planning The Rest of Your Life. This 
booklet is available from our office for church staff members, small study groups and 
church families who wish to have help in planning their retirement years. Please 
secure a copy of this booklet for use by your church. 

The church's response to upgrading the staff member's retirement program is most 
encouraging. Ten (10%) percent of his/her annual compensation (salary, housing 
allowance, auto allowance, etc.) should be minimum. 

ASSOCIATION 

In Johnston Association 41 churches and 45 staff members are participating in the 
retirement program. Of this number, nine are still participating on the minimum of 
$33.34 per month. There is a great need to upgrade this to 10 percent of total salary 
for staff member. 

Is your church one of the churches in our association not in the protection 
program of our Southern Baptist Convention? The following suggestions are offered 
for your consideration as a messenger from your church: 

1. As a messenger from your church to the association, make it your personal goal 
to see that your pastor and other staff members are in the protection program (re- 
tirement and health benefits). 

2. Each church should upgrade the retirement program of their pastor and staff to 
10 percent of total salary. 

3. Even if your present pastor doesn't desire to be in the retirement program get 
your church to participate in order that adequate coverage may be ready for 
your next pastor who no doubt will desire coverage. 

4. Check to make certain your pastor and staff are covered with medical and health 
insurance. 

Hoyt Lock, Representative 

,43. Robert Brooks gave the Baptist Foundation report. 

Baptist Foundation Report 

During the past year, 23 new trust funds valued at $385,016.00 were established 
with the North Carolina Baptist Foundation. Total new assets increased the value of 
trust assets by $453,877.00. For example, foreign missions trust funds increased by 
approximately $26,000.00; the Cooperative Program by $7,000.00; and statewide 
students loan fund by $115,000.00. 

The directors made an investment decision in 1978 to increase the yield to the char- 
itable beneficiaries of trust income. The income of yield increased steadily with the 
rate on December 30, 1980, averaging 10.3 percent. Market value of all assets on 
December 30, 1980 were $4,586,215. 12. 



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Thirty-eight percent of the market value of all assets held by the foundation were 
made as gifts by persons desiring to receive income for the remainder of their lifetime 
and at death have the trust funds pay income to missions or Baptist institutions. Bap- 
tist Foundation personnel are available to assist you to utilize this or other plans of 
giving to provide a perpetual personal support for sharing the message of Christ — 
even beyond one's lifetime. 

Private and confidential conferences are scheduled by foundation staff members 
with individuals desiring to seek direction in estate planning and giving. 

Robert Brooks, Representative 

44. Ms. Grace Smith presented the report on Christian higher education, after 
which Robert Clegg spoke for Campbell University. 

Christian Higher Education Report 

During the school year 1980-1981, our seven colleges and universities: Wake 
Forest, Meredith, Mars Hill, Campbell, Gardner-Webb, Wingate, and Chowan had 
an enrollment of 19,751. 

Our colleges and universities are supported by our Cooperative Program and 
North Carolina Missions Offerings. We hope each church will be a supporter of these 
two offerings to help our young people to have a better church-related educational 
experience in our Baptist colleges and universities. 

Our Council on Christian Higher Education has just completed a book: On 
Mission — the Church/College Alliance. Each church may receive free copies on re- 
quest from our Council on Christian Education, Box 26508, Raleigh, North Caro- 
lina 27611. This book gives the what, who, and how of our Christian colleges and 
universities. Our colleges began as academies during the Civil War for basic educa- 
tion — 1834, 1848, and 1856 — Wake Forest, Chowan, and Mars Hill became colleges. 

Grace F. Smith, Representative 

45. Mrs. William Barnes presented the Christian life committee report. 

Report of the Christian Life Committee 

In support of Christian social concern and Christian social action among Southern 
Baptists during the past year, the Christian Life Commission has prepared and dis- 
tributed scores of guest editorials, feature articles, news stories, and photographs for 
use in Southern Baptist media outlets. Approximately 1,000,000 pamphlets related to 
applied Christianity were distributed to Southern Baptists. A study of the most press- 
ing ethical issues confronting Christians in the decade of the 1980s was prepared and 
distributed widely. Numerous television appearances and radio interviews in support 
of Christian morality development were made. Light, the commission's publication 
supporting Christian ethics among Southern Baptists, was distributed every other 
month to more than 7,000 readers; and a special edition highlighting the commis- 
sion's history from 1908 to 1980 was distributed during the 1980 convention in St. 
Louis. Videotapes were made of 25 addresses in commission-sponsored meetings; and 
from these, some of the most appropriate were selected for reproduction and inclu- 
sion in the Southern Baptist video cassette network as well as for the commission's use 
during the convention's special emphasis on strengthening families, 1982-1985. 

Cooperation with Christian Life Commission representatives in the various state 



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Baptist conventions and with the Christian ethics professors in all six of the Southern 
Baptist theological seminaries helped to provide coordination for all Southern Bap- 
tist Christian social concerns and activities. 

The commission's responsibilities in support of applied Christianity among 
Southern Baptists continued to be reflected in its motto, widely used in many ways 
throughout the year, "Helping Changed People to Change the World." 

Among the supportive operations provided Southern Baptists by the Christian Life 
Commission during the past year have been initiatives taken to provide help for 
pastors and churches in observing special denominational calendar days related to 
Christian ethics, general correlation of Southern Baptist concerns related to world 
hunger, and continuing involvement in the effort to improve the moral quality of 
television programing. 

The Christian Life Commission provided carefully prepared support materials for 
Southern Baptists observing Race Relations Sunday, Christian Citizenship Sunday, 
and World Hunger Day. Utilizing denominational periodicals, the state Baptist 
papers, the Baptist Bulletin Service, and packets prepared for all Southern Baptist 
pastors, the commission sought to reach all Southern Baptists with information and 
practical helps related to these special moral concerns. 

As the Southern Baptist Convention's agency responsible for dealing with social 
concerns, the Christian Life Commission sought to provide Southern Baptists with re- 
liable help, support, and coordination related to the pressing moral issue of hunger. 
Working closely with the Foreign Mission Board, the Home Mission Board, and the 
Sunday School Board, the commission mailed every pastor in the Southern Baptist 
Convention, just prior to World Hunger Day in 1980, an eight-piece packet of care- 
fully designed materials related to hunger. Because many Southern Baptists have 
strongly felt that hunger is the gravest moral issue of our times, interest in this issue 
has grown and the commission has exercised a number of initiatives to work with 
other concerned Southern Baptist agencies and bodies in developing a program of 
education and action to relieve human hunger in Jesus' name. 

The commission's continuing involvement in the effort to help Southern Baptists 
improve the moral quality of television programing has included dissemination of 
education and action materials to interested individuals and churches, conferences 
with television industry representatives, cooperation with others who are seeking to 
clean up television, and starting some new initiatives to enable the Southern Baptist 
Christian Citizenship Corps members across the nation to deal effectively with this 
pressing moral concern. 

John Ryberg, Chairman of Committee 
46. Edgar Whitlock gave the Christian literature report. 

Christian Literature Report 

Even before the Southern Baptist Convention came into beng in 1845 there was ex- 
pression on a need for a publication agency. Quite early such publication boards 
were organized and during the Civil War of 1863 North Carolina had its own 
publishing board. From that beginning with its zeal to overcome the anti-literature 
movement found within the state, today we have some of the best church literature in 
the world. The Sunday school and literature have marched hand in hand to teach 
our people how to read, how to interpret the Bible and how to apply it. Many of the 
hostilities directed at the Sunday school movement were over fear of corruption 
through literature. In the early days of the twentieth century B.W. Spilman was met 
at the Princeton Railroad Station with a resolution from a group reading, "Be it re- 



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solved that no man advocating Sunday Schools, Bible Societies, or any other institu- 
tions of the day, shall be allowed to travel through our borders." He did; and the 
churches of Johnston Baptist Association, including Princeton, not only, proudly use 
the many publications of the Southern Baptist Convention but subscribe in great 
numbers to the Biblical Recorder, the official news publication of our state. 

The Biblical Recorder believes a bedrock of Baptist life is a local church, served by 
a dedicated pastor. It stirred us this year by pointing out that only 21 new churches 
were organized in the past 10 years in face of a population growth during the same 
period. If you are not receiving the Recorder and its valuable information, you are 
missing something vital to your Christian life. The cost is still much less than one- 
half the price of a first class postage stamp. 

Edgar Whitlock, Representative 
47. Attention was called to the report of Baptist Homes. 

North Carolina Baptist Homes Report 

As we look back over the past 30 years of ministry in our Baptist Homes, it is a real 
inspiration to see where we have been and to meditate on the many blessings that God 
has so richly bestowed upon us. He has brought us from one home in 1951 to a total of 
six homes, and apartment complex, and a skilled nursing unit; from one resident to a 
total capacity for 300 persons in 1981. These have been good years, and God has used 
North Carolina Baptists to bring this special ministry to older people, a long way. 
Where we go from here is certainly, as always, in the hands of the Lord, but depends 
largely on where North Carolina Baptists want to go. 

Quite frankly 1 , we are at a standstill. Crippling inflation has caught up with us and 
is eating into the very vitals of our existence. We are still giving the same high qual- 
ity of Christian care to each of the residents in the six homes, Nursing Care Unit, and 
the apartment complex. It is a struggle and a juggle between income and expendi- 
tures. 

Building plans for a desperately needed 70-bed addition to our current Nursing 
Care Unit and the Hayes Home have been held up by regulatory red tape for years. 
Now that the state health laws have been altered to permit the building of these beds, 
it doesn't appear that we could wisely borrow the money at the current interest rates. 

Though 1980 gifts through our Cooperative Program and the North Carolina 
Missions Offering are a little more than $550,d00.00 (18 percent of all income), these 
gifts are not commensurate with our current population growth and the ministry 
support needs of the homes. 

Two things are apparent. One, Baptists must be informed of our needs and do all 
possible to increase their gifts accordingly through the regular channels — the Co- 
operative Program and the North Carolina Missions Offering. Two, North Carolina 
Baptists must help us find ways of raising money for development and expansion to 
meet the needs of current residents and the needs of growing numbers of older adults. 

The General Board of the Baptist State Convention has joined us in our concerns 
and has appointed a special study committee to take a serious and close look at the 
financial need of our Baptist homes. 

We will continue to trust our Heavenly Father for His blessings upon the homes' 
vital ministry to older adults. We will keep faith with Him and with North Carolina 
Baptists and strive to give the highest quality care to each resident of the North 
Carolina Baptist Homes. We will believe that our future is as bright as the promises 
of God Himself and as sure as the love and devotion of North Carolina Baptists. 

John Wilkinson, Representative 

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48. Doland Humphries gave the Cooperative Program and stewardship report. 

Cooperative Program and Stewardship Report 

In 1925 Southern Baptists initiated a mission plan called the Cooperative Program. 
What is the Cooperative Program? It is the channel which enables Southern Baptist 
churches, to combine their resources into a missions organization for carrying out the 
commission Jesus gave us to go into all the world and preach the gospel. 

The Cooperative Program supports more than 6,000 home and foreign mission- 
aries, helps support six seminaries, 65 colleges and universities, plus scores of colleges 
and universities in 95 countries. It also supports 26 hospitals, 46 children's homes, 
homes for the aging, plus radio and t.v. ministry. 

The emphasis of Southern Baptists is the Bold Mission Thrust. While Bold 
Mission calls for "People Power," it also has involvement in Missions Support which 
requires the undergirding of the Cooperative Program. With the challenges of the 
Bold Mission Thrust to double the Cooperative Program by 1982 and twice-again 
double the Cooperative Program by the year 2000, Southern Baptists support virtu- 
ally every mission endeavor through this support system. 

In order to make Bold Mission Thrust become a reality: 

1. Churches need to be faithful in fulfilling their goals of mission giving and 
church growth. 

2. Some churches may need to discover "special roles" in the bold endeavors they 
have adopted. 

3. Church leaders must lead the people to adjust life styles and values in order to 
achieve Bold Mission Thrust. 

4. We need a greater concern for people in order to bring about a new "turn 
around" in attitudes and records in church growth and church member devel- 
opment. 

During the past year in an effort to help our churches to achieve these goals, your 
stewardship committee has conducted three associationwide meetings. The first was 
the stewardship meeting at Selma, led by O.D. Martin of the Stewardship Promotion 
Department, Baptist State Convention. 

The second was the key leadership conference at the Ridgecrest Baptist Conference 
Center, attended by the stewardship committee of the Johnston Association. 

The third was the key leadership conference for the churches in the Johnston Asso- 
ciation at the Selma Baptist Church, September 19, 1981. 

In addition to the above mentioned meetings, the director of missions conducted 
Great Challenge Budget Planning Programs at Parrish Memorial, Pine Level and 
Wilson's Mills. 

Doland Humphries, Representative 
49. Lyman Ferrell spoke on the Baptist Hospital report. 

Baptist Hospital Report 

During the past decade, life expectancy in this country has increased by three 
years, to 73.2 years. Important factors in this increase have been the development of 
new medical technology and the application of new medical knowledge gained 
through research. 

Baptist Hospital has had a significant part in this developing knowledge and tech- 
nology. During the past year, the hospiial has expended more than $3 million on 
technological equipment, including th<- installation of an 18-MEV linear accelerator 



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tor the improved treatment of patients with certain types of cancer. A new cardiac- 
catherterization laboratory increases the capability of identifying and locating heart 
problems. A new cell saver, the first in North Caroline, contributes to the recovery of 
many surgical patients. This technology salvages the patient's own blood, cleans it 
and readies it for transfusion back into the patient in a matter of minutes, making 
transfusion faster and less expensive. The diagnosis and treatment of epilepsy has 
been greatly enhanced by the development of a video telemetry system which uses 
cameras to record a patient's physical symptoms during a seizure. This makes it 
possible to identify and classify a seizure, thus enabling the physician to determine 
the precise drug dosage needed. 

The hospital's ministry has been aided by completion and occupation of the Focus 
Building. Other hospital space is undergoing renovation for more effective use. 

Several staff members from the Medical Center have participated in short-term 
mission assignments during the past year, many of these in overseas areas. 

The Department of Pastoral Care continues to provide a pastoral ministry to hos- 
pital patients and their families, individual and group counseling in crisis situations, 
clinical pastoral education in both crisis ministry and pastoral counseling, at several 
levels, and numerous events in Christian enrichment and development. The 
Minister's Care Plan continues in which the Baptist State Convention provides fi- 
nancial assistance for ministers and/or their families who seek pastoral counseling 
through one of the department's regional centers. 

Again this year, our hospital has won awards in cost effectiveness programs, indi- 
cating our continuing efforts to keep our operating costs and patient charges as low as 
possible. 

During the year, the hospital's charter revision has been brought to successful and 
satisfactory conclusion. 

In 1980, our^churches contributed $457,459.56 to the hospital through the Cooper- 
ative Program, and $353,397.73 through the North Carolina Missions Offering and 
designated gifts. 

Tim Stevens, Representative 

50. Mrs. Carolyn Tharrington reported for North Carolina Baptist Children's 
Homes. Bill Morrow, director of the Kennedy Home, spoke for the homes. 

Baptist Children's Homes Report 

The ministry of the Baptist Children's Homes in eastern North Carolina continues 
to grow and develop. This is made possible by the continuing support of many 
Christian friends. Vital to the work of the homes is financial support through special 
gifts, the North Carolina Missions Offering and income through the Cooperative 
Program. 

The Kinston area offices were recently moved into newly restored Cedar Dell, 
homeplace of the late Captain and Mrs. William L. Kennedy. Through these offices 
services any place in the state are made available to those who need assistance from 
the homes. It will also serve the area as a Family Resource Center with a preventive 
care emphasis. 

Services to children and their families in the Kinston area included: group care at 
Kennedy Home, emergency care at Henderson, McNeill Home at Emerald Isle, a 
network of foster homes, mothers' aid, social work and counseling, referral services 
and high education for children in care. 

The Frontiersmen, two therapeutice camping groups at Kennedy Home since 
1972, were incorporated in June into the total camping program at Cameron Home 
near Vass making space for more children in regular group care on campus. 



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Good things are taking place in our Baptist Children's Homes family across the 
state. Six Family Services Centers have been opened with three others in the planning 
stages. Children are being provided temporary care in seven emergency care homes. 
Therapeutic camping for boys is being expanded at Cameron Home near Vass. The 
Child Development Center in Thomasville continues to offer progressive demonstra- 
tion preschool care as a model for North Carolina Baptist churches. The Family Re- 
source Center located in Thomasville is piloting a concept of continuing education 
for people across the state who are in the best position to assist families through a con- 
cept of preventive care. 

Church tour groups and staff presentation of this vital Christian ministry has 
brought the homes closer to the churches and to all who make it possible. Under- 
girded by the prayers and support of our Christian friends we will continue to meet 
the challenges of families in crisis across North Carolina. 

Carolyn Tharrington, Representative 

51. Rendell Day led in singing "I Love to Tell the Story." 

52. Tom Waits brought the afternoon message. His theme was that with so many 
hurts and frustrations, Christians should strengthen one another by positively point- 
ing to Christ's hope, love and forgiveness instead of pointing the finger of condemna- 
tion. 

53. Prayer was led by Chad Allen. 

54. After announcements and remarks about the evening meal by host pastor 
Charles Stevens, Mrs. William Barnes led in prayer and blessing. 

TUESDAY EVENING 

55. The vice moderator reconvened the meeting at 7:30. 

56. The music director led the congregation in singing, "Brethren We Have Met to 
Worship." 

57. Mrs. Don King read Matthew 28:19-20 and Acts 1:8 and led in prayer. 

58. Special music, "God of Great and God of Small," was presented by the Baptist 
Tabernacle Baptist Church chojr. 

59. Maurice Grissom read the report of the resolutions committee and moved its 
adoption. The motion was seconded, and Doland Humphries moved to amend the 
motion. There was a second and discussion by several members, and the amendment 
did not pass. Then the original motion was adopted. 

Report of Resolutions Committee 

Whereas, the Johnston Baptist Association has convened for its seventy-ninth an- 
nual session; 

And, whereas, we in this seventy-ninth annual session have been warmly received 
and more than adequately provided for by the Lee's Chapel and Baptist Tabernacle 
Baptist churches with facilities and food; 

And, whereas, the program committee has inspired us deeply with its planning and 
presentation of an excellent program; 

And, whereas, the announcement has come of the impending retirement of Marse 
Grant as editor of the Biblical Recorder: 

And, whereas, there has been much expressed concern over the advisability of re- 
locating the Baptist Building and the proposed sale of the present site; 

And, whereas, our Baptist State Convention seeks the cooperation of each church 
in the 1982 emphasis of "Here's Hope" through the simultaneous revival emphasis as 
a vital part of our Bold Mission Thrust; 



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And, whereas, our nation, in the midst of world economic, social, military, and 
political strife and unrest, has always had a vital concern for human rights, person- 
hood, and the welfare of all; 

Therefore be it resolved by the Johnston Baptist Association in our seventy-ninth 
annual session on October 20, 1981, at Baptist Tabernacle Baptist Church: 

1. That we express our deepest appreciation to the ministers and congregations of 
Lee's Chapel and Baptist Tabernacle Baptist churches for their generous and 
thorough hospitality — and to all the churches in Group One for the meal, re- 
freshments, and facilities provided; 

2. That we express our deepest appreciation to the program committee for sessions 
that brought both inspiration and renewed purpose; 

3. That we affirm our gratitude to Marse Grant, editor of the Biblical Recorder 
for his more than 30 years of service, and for his fair and incisive presentations 
of all matters relating to the health and ministry of North Carolina Baptists, 
and express our wish that he and his wife will not only live to the fullest in re- 
tirement status, but, with their perspective of Baptist ministry, keep a strong 
voice in all of our involvements; and that we commend the directors of the Bibli- 
cal Recorder for naming him editor emeritus, and assure the search committee 
of the Biblical Recorder of our prayers and thoughts as they seek a new editor 
who will continue in the tradition of fairness and honesty with a perspective for 
the totality of North Carolina Baptists; 

4. That we urge the General Board of the North Carolina Baptist State Convention 
to be frugal and completely open as to total costs in any contemplation of build- 
ing a new building (on site or in another location) — keeping aware that we as 
Baptists in the Johnston Association are alert to the fact that in North Carolina 
we are over a million dollars behind in our present Cooperative Program giving, 
and that at this point there is the possibility of additional funds having to be 
raised to provide space for the Biblical Recorder and Baptist Foundation, which 
places a heavier strain on an already generous group who are having to face up 
to the uncertainty of an already questionable and unstable economy; 

5. That we encourage our associational churches through the simultaneous reviv- 
als to seek a depth of Spiritual Life Renewal which will enhance our outreach, 
not just for numbers, but for persons to become more fully concerned as to the 
claims of Christ upon us as citizens in our world; 

6. That we reaffirm our belief in the historical Baptist stance of the separation of 
church and state, and reaffirm our belief of the priesthood of believers and reli- 
gious liberty as expressed in the "Baptist Faith and Message" statements of the 
Southern Baptist Convention (1963), and that we encourage our national leaders 
in the democratic stance of a government of the people, by the people, and for 
the people, so as to be an example to all the world in our concern for peace, 
human rights, and personal welfare; 

7. That we reaffirm our verbal and prayerful support to North Carolina and 
Southern Baptist institutions and agencies as they seek God's will and way for 
the ministries in which they are involved; 

8. And, that we send copies of these resolutions to the Biblical Recorder and to the 
news media in Johnston County. 

Alton Johnson, Clenn Wiggs, Maurice W. Grissom, Chairman 

60. There were announcements and words of appreciation, after which the congre- 
gation was led in singing "At the Cross." 

61. The director of missions introduced Dr. Tom Freeman, president of Christian 
Action League, for an address. After recounting the history and accomplishments of 



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Christian Action League and society's need for its work, he urged Christians to look 
to the Lord, pray, stand up and be counted support good people for public office, and 
support the Christian Action League financially. 

62. New officers were called to the platform and Maurice Grissom led the closing 
prayer. 

63. Chad Allen declared the seventy-ninth annual session of the association ad- 
journed. 

Historical Events 

ANTIOCH: New front porch and steps. Painted inside church, storage closet in fel- 
lowship building. 

BENSON: Renovation of partially burned parsonage; mission Sunday school at 

Oasis Nursing Home. 
BENSON GROVE: Completed fellowship hall; organized brotherhood. 
BETHANY: Built parsonage. 

BLACKMAN'S GROVE: Land acquired; repaired parsonage and put sign in front 
of church. 

BURNELL: Landscaped church grounds; dedicated portable baptistry; mission or- 
ganizations for all ages; built pastor's study; class for those considering decision to 
follow Christ. 

CRESTWOOD: New central heat and air conditioning unit; renovated fellowship 
hall and parsonage. 

FOUR OAKS: Installed lift for handicapped; rewired building and added protective 

windows over stained glass. 
HEPHZIBAH: Remodeled front entrance of church. 
HILLSIDE: Church building sold to pay off bond program debt. 
HOOD'S GROVE: Painted roof and outside of building. 
LIVE OAK: Paved parking areas, driveways and walkways. 
NORTH SMITHFIELD: New piano dedicated. 

PRINCETON: Francis Denning accepted call to ministry; youth and adults worked 
with West Virginia missions; new choir robes, pastor's study and church office; 
painted and carpeted church halls. 

SARDIS: New cushions for pews. 

SELMA: Pastor and daughter on two-week mission to two islands in Caribbean. 
TRINITY: Observed one hundredth anniversary with written history and planted 

time capsule on November 2, 1980. 
WATKINS CHAPEL: Open house for new home for pastor, February 22, 1981. 
WILSON'S MILLS: Summer minister of youth was Tana Keaton. Kerry Smith 

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Constitution 



ARTICLE I — NAME 

The name of this association shall be the Johnston Baptist Association. 

ARTICLE II — PURPOSE 

The purpose of the association shall be to counsel together for the enlargement, ex- 
pansion, and strengthening of the work of our Lord in Johnston County and such 
immediately contiguous territory as may be properly included in the judgment of the 
association; to promote unity, growth, and fellowship among the churches, to engage 
in cooperative mission activities which cannot be accomplished by member churches 
acting independently, and to further the spirit of cooperation with the Baptist work 
in general as set forth by the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and the 
Southern Baptist Convention. 

ARTICLE III — MEMBERSHIP 

The membership of the association shall be composed of messengers from the affili- 
ated churches. The number of messengers from each church shall be as follows: four 
messengers for the first 100 members or fraction thereof, and one additional 
messenger for each additional 100 members or major fraction thereof. Such 
messengers shall be duly certified in the annual letters sent by the churches to the 
annual session of the association. The courtesies of the floor may be extended at the 
discretion of the body to representatives of our denominational interests, and also to 
ministers and members of other Christian organizations. 

ARTICLE IV — NEW CHURCHES 

Upon recommendation of the Associational Council and upon approval of the 
General Board, new churches may come under the watchcare of the association until 
the next annual session of the association, at which time the new church may be voted 
into the membership of the association by a majority of the messengers present and 
voting. Application for membership into the association shall be filed with the Asso- 
ciational Council six months prior to the annual session of the association. 

ARTICLE V — MEETINGS 

The association shall meet annually beginning on Monday after the third Sunday 
in October at such place as was decided at the preceding annual session. In case of 
emergency, the General Board shall have authority to make changes in either time or 
place of meeting, as may best serve the interests of the association. 

ARTICLE VI — AUTHORITY 

1. The association shall be a cooperative body for the purpose of fellowship, promo- 
tion, and counsel among the churches. It shall in no case control or direct a church 
with reference to its own government or internal policy. However, the association 
may upon invitation of a church send a committee to counsel with and advise that 
church. 

2. A church may withdraw membership in the association upon presentation of a 
written request. 

3. The association may withdraw a fellowship from a church for a just cause upon 



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recommendation of the Association Council and upon approval by the General 
Board and by a majority vote of the members of the association in the annual session 
present and voting. 

ARTICLE VII — OFFICERS 

1. The general officers of the association shall be a Moderator, a Vice Moderator, a 
Clerk, a Treasurer, and a Historian, each elected to a one year term at the annual 
session of the association, a Director of Missions who is not subject to annual election, 
and Trustees who are elected to three-year terms. 

2. The Moderator shall preside over the sessions of the association, act as chairman 
of the General Board, appoint the Committee on Committees, appoint other commit- 
tees as needs arise and shall have general supervision over the work of the association. 
The Vice Moderator shall preside in the absence of the Moderator. The Clerk shall 
record, print and distribute the annual of the body and shall serve as secretary of the 
General Board. The Treasurer shall oversee the receiving, recording and disburse- 
ment of all association funds. The Historian shall record events of historical interest 
in the work of the association and shall promote the preservation of associational and 
church records. The Director of Missions shall administer the work of the association 
according to guidelines adopted by the association and shall give his support to the of- 
ficers and committees of the association. The Trustees shall hold in trust any proper- 
ty, endowment, or other securities of the association. 

3. The general officers shall be nominated by the Nominating Committee. The 
committee shall submit its report during a designated business period on the last day 
of the associational annual session. Immediately following the report further nomina- 
tions may be made from the floor. In event of further nominations for an office, 
nominations for that office shall be voted on individually. The newly elected officers 
of the association shall take office upon adjournment of the associational annual 
session. 

4. The directors of the departments of the association shall be nominated by the 
Nominating Committee each year. These shall be associational Sunday School Direc- 
tor, associational Church Training Director, associational Woman's Missionary 
Union Director, associational Brotherhood Director, associational Music Director, 
associational Director of Library Services and the associational Director of Evange- 
lism. The directors of the program services department shall be elected by the 
General Board in the March meeting. They shall then meet as a group, with the 
Nominating Committee to select their slates of officers who shall be elected at the 
June meeting of the General Board. These officers shall assume office at the begin- 
ning of the associational year. The officers of these organizations shall constitute the 
council of the respective organizations. 

ARTICLE VIII — COMMITTEES 

1. At the annual session of the association, the association shall elect the following 
standing committees which shall be nominated by the Committee on Committees: 
Nominating Committee; Committee on Order of Business; Committee on Time, 
Place, and Preacher; Committee on Memorials; Youth Ministries Committee; Senior 
Adult Committee; Properties Committee; Special Ministries Committee; Constitution 
Committee; Committee on Resolutions; Missions Committee; Christian Life Commit- 
tee; Committee on Publicity and Public Relations; Ordination Committee composed 
of nine ministers who, upon invitation of the local church, may assist the church in 
examining candidates for the ministry in regard to personal experience and call, 
Christian doctrine, and Baptist practice. The Committee pn Committees shall be 
responsible for maintaining the membership of the standing committees. 



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2. The Moderator shall appoint individuals to represent the denominational 
programs during the associational year and to make reports at the annual session. 
The denominational programs to be represented are as follows: Baptist colleges, 
Christian literature, the Cooperative Program, Annuity Board, Baptist Foundation, 
Baptist Hospital, Baptist Children's Homes, Homes for the Aging, and the American 
Bible Society. The Moderator working with the Committee on Order of Business, 
shall have the privilege of designating other individuals for the promotion of specific 
causes as such need arises. 

ARTICLE IX — GENERAL BOARD 

1. The association shall have a General Board which shall be charged with the re- 
sponsibility for carrying on all the business of the association and promoting all work 
authorized by the association in the interim between annual sessions. A report of the 
work of the General Board shall be presented at the annual session of the association. 

2. The General Board shall be composed of either the pastor or interim pastor 
(provided the latter is a member of the church he represents) and one lay member of 
each church elected for a one year term from October 1 to September 30; the 
following general officers of the association: Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, 
Treasurer, Historian; also the following department officers: associational Sunday 
School Director, associational Church Training Director, and associational Woman's 
Missionary Union Director, associational Brotherhood Director, associational Music 
Director, associational Director of Evangelism, and associational Director of Library 
Services. 

3. The General Board shall have the following officers: chairman (who shall be 
the Moderator of the association), vice chairman (who shall be the Vice Moderator of 
the association), Treasurer (who shall be the Treasurer of the association), recording 
secretary (who shall be the Clerk of the association). 

4. The General Board shall hold the regular quarterly meetings at a time and 
place it may designate, and such called meetings as the officers deem necessary for 
stated purpose when notice of such meetings has been sent to all members. 

5. The General Board shall have an Association Council composed of the general 
officers and the directors of the departments of the association. The Moderator of the 
association shall serve as a chairman of the council and Vice Moderator shall serve as 
vice chairman and the Clerk shall serve as secretary. 

6. The Associational Council shall meet each quarter prior to the meeting of the 
General Board and in such caljed meetings as the council officers may deem 
necessary. It shall coordinate the work of the association and make recommendations 
to the General Board about programs and promotion of the work of the Association. 

7 The General Board shall elect from its membership a Budget and Finance 
Committee at its first regular meeting of the associational year, of which the 
Treasurer shall be a member. This committee shall survey the needs of the 
association as presented by the organizations, and shall prepare a budget to be sub- 
mitted for approval by the General Board. The budget approved at the June meeting 
of the General Board shall be included among the recommendations of the commit- 
tee to the association. The Budget and Finance Committee shall also promote the ef- 
fective operation of the current budget in cooperation with associational Treasurer. 

8. The General Board may name such other committees as it may deem wise for 
carrying on its work. 

ARTICLE X — AMENDMENT OR REVISION 

This constitution may be amended or revised at any annual session of the associ- 
ation by a two-thirds (¥3) majority of the messengers present and voting, provided the 



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proposed amendments or revision shall have been presented in writing to the General 
Board and approved by a two-thirds (34) majority of the General Board present and 
voting; and provided that the proposed amendments or revision shall be presented on 
the first day of the annual session of the association, but shall not be voted on until 
the second day of the session. Any amendments or revision shall take effect immedi- 
ately upon adoption. 

BYLAWS 

1. All meetings of the body shall be opened with scripture and prayer. 

2. The fiscal year shall run from October 1 through September 30 and all annual 
reports shall conform to the dates of the fiscal year, and shall project programs for 
the current year. The reports shall be presented by the director for the current year. 

3. The General Board of the association is charged with responsibility of having 
the financial records of the association audited by a competent auditor or accountant 
once each year. 

4. A copy of the minutes shall be sent to the following: all departments and institu- 
tions of the Baptist State Convention; the librarians of the North Carolina Baptist 
colleges and the Southern Baptist theological seminaries; secretary of survey and 
statistics; Baptist Sunday School Board, Nashville, Tennessee; American Baptist 
Historical Society; and other organizations and societies which may desire and 
request them. 

5. The parliamentary law in the government of the association shall be 
ROBER T'SR ULES OF ORDER RE VISED. 



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The 1981 Annual 
of 

The Johnston Baptist Association 
is concluded with the following 
Statistical Tables 
for your further reference. 



Table A - Church Membership 54 

Table B - Sunday School 56 

Table C - Church Training 58 

Table D - Church Music 60 

Table E - Woman's Missionary Union 62 

Table F - Brotherhood 64 

Table G - Total Receipts, Expenditures, Stewardship 66 

Table H - Mission Expenditures 68 

Table I - Special Information 70 





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TABLE A CHURCH 


MEMBERSHIP AND 
OTHER INFORMATION 
Johnstr** Rapdst Association 
Year Ending 

September SO, 1981 
Director of Associations! MiwioD 
Dr. Horace Rick* 
P.O. Box S56, Smithfield. NC 
27177 


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CORINTH 


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FAITH 


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TABLE B SUNDAY 
SCHOOL 

Associational Sunday 
1 School Director 
1 Rev. H.Tom Waits 
Rt. 1 Box 295, 
Smithfield, NC 
27577 


CHURCHES 


ANTIOCH 


BAPTIST CENTER 


BAPTIST TABERNACLE 


BENSON 


BENSON GROVE 


BETHANY 


BETHESDA 


BEULAH 


o 

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1 

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BURNELL 


CALVARY 


CARTERS CHAPEL 


CEDAR GROVE 


CLAYTON. FIRST 


CLYDE'S CHAPEL 


CORINTH 


CRESTWOOD 


FAITH 


FOUR OAKS 


HALES CHAPEL 


HEPHZIBAH 


HILLSIDE 


H0CUTT MEMORIAL 



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! 

TABLE C CHURCH 
TRAINING 
Associational Church 
Training Director 
Rev. Kenneth D. 

Thornton 
Rt. S Box 584, 

Clayton, NC 27520 


CHURCHES 


ANTIOCH 


BAPTIST CENTER 


BAPTIST TABERNACLE 


BENSON 


BENSON GROVE 


BETHANY 


BETHESDA 


BEULAH 



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BURNELL 


CALVARY 


CARTERS CHAPEL 


CEDAR GROVE 


CLAYTON, FIRST 


CLYDES CHAPEL 


CORINTH 


CRESTWOOD 


FAITH 


FOUR OAKS 


HALES CHAPEL 


HEPHSIBAH 


Q 
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HOCUTT MEMORIAL 



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LEE'S CHAPEL 


LIVE OAK 


MICRO 


MIDDLESEX 


NEWTON GRCVE 


NOBLES CHAPEL 


NORTH SMITHFIELD 


o 

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PARRISH MEMORIAL 


PAULINE 


PINE LEVEL 


PISGAH 


PLEASANT GROVE 


PRINCETON 


SARDIS 


CO 


SHARON 


SHILOH 


SMITHFIELD. FIRST 


STEVENS CHAPEL 


THANKSGIVING 


TRINITY 


W ATKINS CHAPEL 


WHITE OAK 


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TABLED CHURCH 
MUSIC 

Associational Music 
Director 

Rev. Rendell W. Day 
P.O. Box 681, 
Princeton, NC 
27569 

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^fcis book designed and p/iinted by 
Edmonds Printing Company 
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1982 Annual 




Johnston 
Baptist Association 
of 

North Carolina 



Annual of 



Johnston Baptist 
Association 

North Carolina 




Containing Proceedings of the 

EIGHTIETH ANNUAL SESSION 

TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH 
Monday Evening, October 18, 1982 

CARTER'S CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday Afternoon and Evening, October 19, 1982 

The next annual session will be held at 
PRINCETON BAPTIST CHURCH 
Monday Evening, October 17, 1983 

and 

SMITHFIELD FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday Afternoon and Evening, October 18, 1983 



Published 1982 by 
the Edmonds Printing Company 
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Table of Contents 



DIRECTORY OF ASSOCIATION 

General Of ficers 1 

Department Officers 32 

Committees 1 

Representatives of Denominational Institutions 2 

Representatives on General Board 3 

DIRECTORY OF CHURCHES 

Pastors 4 

Sunday School Directors 5 

Church Training Directors 6 

Brotherhood Director 6 

Woman's Missionary Union Directors 6 

Clerks 7 

Treasurers 9 

Music Directors 10 

Organists 11 

Library Service Directors 12 

Chairmen of Deacons 12 

Other Ordained and Licensed Ministers 13 

Proceedings 14 

Program 14 

Historian's Report 17 

Director of Missions Report 19 

Missions Committee Report 20 

Cooperative Program and Stewardship Report 21 

American Bible Society Report 22 

Church Training Report 23 

Woman's Missionary Union Report 23 

Brotherhood Report 24 

Music Report 25 

Youth Ministries Report 25 

Evangelism Report 26 

Budget and Finance Committee Report 27 

Treasurer's Report 29 

General Board Report 31 

Nominating Committee Report 32 

Time, Place and Preacher Report 33 

Committee on Committee's Report 1 

Constitution Committee's Report 34 

Annuity Board Report 34 

Baptist Foundation Report 35 

Christian Higher Education Report 38 

Christian Life Committee Report 39 

Christian Literature Report 39 

Baptist Homes Report 40 

Baptist Hospital Report 41 

Baptist Children's Homes Report 41 



Resolutions Committee Report 44 

Memorials Committee Report 46 

Historical Events 48 

CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS 52 

STATISTICAL TABLES 58 

ASSOCIATIONAL MAP 36 



Directory of Association 



DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 
Horace Ricks, P.O. Box 356, Selma, 27576; 965-9450 

MODERATOR 
Maurice Grissom, P.O. Box 35, Clayton, 27520; 553-4161 

VICE MODERATOR 
Tim Stevens, Rt. 1 Box 286, Middlesex, 27557; 284-4207 

CLERK 

Willard A. Brown, Rt. 2 Box 102-A, Selma, 27576; 965-3704 

TREASURER 
Hubert Allen, Box 495, Selma, 27576; 965-8285 

HISTORIAN 

Charles Creech, Rt. 1 Box 196, Zebulon, 27597; 269-8877 
TRUSTEES 

Lawrence Cannady (1983), P.O. Box 305, Clayton, 27520; 553-6467 
Henry Whitley (1984), 701 Wilson's Mills Road, Smithfield, 27577; 934-8807 



Report of the Committee on Committees 

COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS 

Mark White, Chairman, '85 Rt. 1, Selma, NC; 965-2191 

John Mann, '83 P.O. Box 237, Kenly, NC; 284-4936 

Warren Scales, '84 Rt. 2 Box 193-B, Four Oaks, NC; 934-4543 

Louise Wall, '85 

Jackie Jones, '84 Rt. 2 Box 425, Clayton, NC; 934-3725 

Ben Parker, '83 Box 43, Pine Level, NC; 965-2226 

COMMITTEE ON THE ORDER OF BUSINESS 

Thurman Batten, Chairman Rt. 3 Box 353, Selma, NC; 284-3840 

Mrs. Lois Overby 611 S. Fourth St., Smithfield, NC; 934-2495 

Mark White Rt. 1, Selma, NC; 965-2191 

Robert Brooks Rt. 1 Box 58, Clayton, NC; 553-7302 

Larry Kemp P.O. Box 216, Wilson's Mills, NC; 934-5242 

COMMITTEE ON TIME, PLACE AND PREACHER 

James W. Rose, Chairman P.O. Box 10, Benson, NC 

Mrs. Iris Lee N. Pine St., Princeton, NC; 936-7091 

Danny Poyner Rt. 2 Box 377-A, Four Oaks, NC; 894-8681 

COMMITTEE ON MEMORIALS 

Mrs. Lois Overby, Chairman 611 S. Fourth St., Smithfield, NC; 934-2495 

Mrs. Maurice Grissom P.O. Box 35, Clayton, NC; 553-6597 

Mrs. Laura Johnson 701 W. Main St., Benson, NC 

SENIOR ADULT COMMITTEE 

Mrs. Dixie Harper Rt. 1 Box 458-B, Clayton, NC; 553-7675 

Mrs. Herman Mauney 402 Holt St., Smithfield, NC; 934-7637 

Mrs. Joe Puckett 513 Lee St., Smithfield, NC; 934-2430 

PROPERTIES COMMITTEE 

Joe Moore 302 Griswold St., Selma, NC; 965-5826 

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Bill Edwards Rt. 1 Box 299-A, Selma, NC; 965-5243 

Richard Moore Rt. 1, Selma, NC; 965-6113 

Grover Creech 105 Longview Dr., Smithfield, NC; 934-5113 

COMMITTEE ON THE CONSTITUTION 

Hoyt Lock, Chairman, '85 Rt. 1, Box 45-B, Selma, NC; 965-5826 

Joe Nail, '84 1107 Chestnut St., Smithfield, NC; 934-5211 

Mrs. Maddrey Bass, '83 P.O. Box 87, Newton Grove, NC 

COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS 

John Ryberg, Chairman, '85 P.O. Box 209, Smithfield, NC; 934-2353 

Mrs. Clarence Woodard, '84 Rt. 1, Selma, NC; 965-2525 

Glenn Wiggs, '83 425 Dixie Dr., Selma, NC; 965-3520 

COMMITTEE ON MISSIONS 

W.W. Thompson, Chairman Rt. 2 Box 39-A, Princeton, NC; 735-9751 

Jean Hinton Rt. 1, Princeton, NC; 936-1111 

Mary W. Brown Rt. 2 Box 102, Selma, NC; 965-3704 

Rebecca Thornton Rt. 3 Box 584, Clayton, NC; 553-6431 

Niles Compton Rt. 4 Box 148, Benson, NC; 894-3238 

COMMITTEE ON CHRISTIAN LIFE 

Ken Thrasher P.O. Box 481, Smithfield, NC; 934-8874 

John Mann P.O. Box 237, Kenly, NC; 284-4936 

COMMITTEE ON ORDINATIONS 

Edgar Whitlock, Chairman, '84 P.O. Box 215, Princeton, NC; 936-4001 

Kenneth Thornton, '83 Rt. 3 Box 410, Clayton, NC; 553-6431 

Willard A. Brown, '83 Rt. 1 Box 102, Selma, NC; 965-3704 

Kenneth Thrasher, '83 P.O. Box 481, Smithfield, NC; 934-8874 

Tom Herndon, '84 P.O. Box 358, Clayton, NC; 553-6650 

Hoyt Lock, '84 Rt. 1 Box 45-B, Selma, NC; 965-5826 

Tom Hupp, '85 P.O. Box 219, Wilson's Mills, NC; 965-9324 

Danny Merritt, '85 717 S. Second St., Smithfield, NC 

Mark White, '85 Rt. 1, Selma, NC; 965-2191 

PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

Ken Thrasher, Chairman P.O. Box 481, Smithfield, NC; 934-8874 

Debbie Kemp P.O. Box 216, Wilson's Mills, NC; 934-5242 

Hazel Lock Rt. 1 Box 45-B, Selma, NC; 965-5826 

James Ellerbe 415 Canady, Clayton, NC; 553-7333 

Don Price 204 W. Church St., Benson, NC; 894-3275 

Tom Hupp, 

Chairman of Committee on Committees 
Committee on Committees, 
Tim Stevens, Thomas Hupp, 
Mrs. Jan Barry, Mrs. Paul Morris, 
Tommy Narron 

Representatives of Denominational Institutions 

Cooperative Program Harry S. Edwards 

Baptist Foundation Jerry Meeks 

Baptist Colleges (Schools) Mrs. Grace Smith 

Baptist Children's Homes Mrs. Carolyn Tharrington 

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Baptist Homes . 
Baptist Hospital 
Annuity Board. 



James Evans 

. . . W.W. Turner 
. . Edgar Whitlock 
Mrs. Jean Hinton 



American Bible Society 



Appointed by Moderator - Maurice Grissom 



Representatives on General Board 



BAPTIST CENTER: William E. Chappell, Rt. 1 Box 58, Clayton 27520 

BAPTIST TABERNACLE: H.E. Edwards, Rt. 3, Wendell 27591 

BENSON: Ernest Strickland, Box 224, Benson 27504 

BETHANY: Earl Brown, Selma 27576 

BETHESDA: Mrs. Dixie Harper, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 

BLACKMON'S GROVE: L.E. Massengill, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 

BURNELL: Bobby G. Johnson, Rt. 4 Box 59, Benson 27504 

CALVARY: J. Lovette Barefoot, Jr., Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 

CARTER'S CHAPEL: A.C. Grady, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 

CEDAR GROVE: Burtis Deans, Rt. 1, Sims 27880 

CLAYTON, FIRST: James Ellerbe, 415 Canady St., Clayton 27520 

CLYDES CHAPEL: Elnathan Brown, Rt. 1 Box 250, Wendell 27591 

CORINTH: Mrs. Ruth Atkinson, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 

FAITH: Bobby Blackmon, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

FOUR OAKS: H.J. Beeker, Box 187, Four Oaks 27524 

HALES CHAPEL: Larry Dupree, Rt. 1 Box 222, Zebulon 27597 

HEPHZIBAH: Don King, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569 

HOCUTT MEMORIAL: John Lee, 305 Wren Ln., Clayton 27520 

JONESBORO: Garrett Zebb, Rt. 3, Dunn 28334 

KENLY 

LEE'S CHAPEL: Mrs. Kay Young, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 
LIVE OAK: Jerry Norris, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

MICRO, FIRST: Shelby Jean Barnes, Rt. 3 Box 272-A, Selma 27576 
MIDDLESEX: Bill Morris, Box 9, Middlesex 27557 

NORTH SMITHFIELD: Keith Anderson, 37 W. Wadell Dr., Smithfield 27577 
PARRISH MEMORIAL: 

PAULINE: Charlie Batten, Rt. 1, Four Oaks 27524 

PISGAH: Mrs. Bernice Johnson, Rt. 1 Box 86, Smithfield 27577 

PLEASANT GROVE: James Stephenson, Rt. 1, Willow Springs 27592 

PRINCETON: Clitus Hinton, Rt. 1 Box 398, Princeton 27569 

SARDIS: Robert H. Howell, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 

SELMA: Mike Chandler, 419 Dixie Dr., Selma 27576 

SHARON: Robert Holt, 702 Chestnut Dr., Smithfield 27577 

SHILOH: 

THANKSGIVING: S.C. Woodard, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 
TRINITY: 

W ATKINS CHAPEL: Phil Parrish, Box 211, Wendell 27591 
WHITE OAK: George E. Smith, Rt. 2 Box 658, Clayton 27520 
WILSON'S MILLS: Charlie Wood, Box 125, Wilson's Mills 27593 



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List of Pastors 



Antioch Steve Scarborough, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557; 965-6029 

Baptist Center Robert Brooks, Rt. 1 Box 30, Clayton 27520; 553-7302 

Baptist Tabernacle Charles Stevens, Rt. 1 Box 451, Wendell 27591; 365-5417 

Benson Donald M. Price, 204 W. Church St., Benson 27504; 894-3275 

Benson Grove Billie Rae Pittman, 420 Stewart St., Clayton 27520; 553-6091 

Bethany Stephen Howard, Rt. 2, Kenly 27524; 284-5193 

Bethesda Kenneth Thornton, Rt. 3 Box 584, Clayton 27520; 553-6431 

Beulah C.H. Lee, Rt. 1 Box 125-A, Newton Grove 28366; 594-1523 

Blackmon's Grove Danny Poyner, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 894-8681 

Burnell John T. Gardner, 409 Crook St., Goldsboro 27530; 736-7799 

Calvary Joseph E. Norris, 1102 W. Board St., Dunn 28334; 892-2686 

Carter's Chapel Jerry J. Meeks, 510 Curtiss Dr., Garner 27529; 779-2984 

Cedar Grove W.W. Thompson, Rt. 2 Box 39-A, Princeton 27569; 735-9751 

Clayton, First Maurice W. Grissom, Box 35, Clayton 27520; 553-4161 

Clydes Chapel William Austin, Rt. 1 Box 211, Wendell 27591; 365-4076 

Corinth David Eugene Lockaby, Rt. 1 Box 269, Zebulon 27597; 365-5373 

Crestwood Thomas V. Pearce, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 284-3414 

Faith Nyles Compton, Rt. 4, Benson 27504; 894-3238 

Four Oaks John Wilkinson, Box 717, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2664 

Hales Chapel Chuck Poole, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597; 269-5925 

Hephzibah Ted Turner, Rt. 1 Box 177, Princeton 27569; 965-5886 

Hocutt Memorial Tom V. Herndon, Box 358, Clayton 27520; 553-7935 

Hood's Grove 

Jonesboro Leon Tart, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334; 892-3812 

Kenly 

Lee's Chapel Larry Young, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557; 235-2289 

Live Oak Hoyt Lock, Rt. 1 Box 45-B, Selma 27576; 965-5826 

Micro, First Tim Stevens, Rt. 1 Box 286, Middlesex 27577; 284-4207 

Middlesex Jack Wingate, Box 446, Middlesex 27557; 235-4049 

Newton Grove E.C. Mattocks, Jr., Rt. 1, Newton Grove 28366; 594-0175 

Nobles Chapel Harry S. Edwards, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 235-4101 

North Smithfield 
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Parrish Memorial Kenneth Benton, Box 210, Micro 27555; 284-4666 

Pauline Warren M. Scales, Rt. 2 Box 193-B, Four Oaks 27524; 934-4543 

Pine Level Doland Humphries, Box 340, Pine Level 27568; 965-8056 

Pisgah H.T. Waits, Rt. 1 Box 295, Smithfield 27577; 934-3963 

Pleasant Grove Harold White, 330 Crescent Dr., Clayton 27520; 553-7070 

Princeton L. Edgar Whitlock, Box 215, Princeton 27569; 936-5631 

Sardis Daniel Merritt, 717 S. Second St., Smithfield 27577; 934-6181 

Selma Chadwick J. Allen, Box 446, Selma 27576; 965-9431 

Sharon Kenneth L. Thrasher, Box 481, Smithfield 27577; 934-8874 

Shiloh James Gunn, Rt. 1 Box 317-A, Garner 27529; 934-7521 

Smithfield, First John Ryberg, Box 209, Smithfield 27577; 934-2204 

Stevens Chapel Calvin Edgerton, Box 248, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2905 

Thanksgiving Mark White, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-2191 

Trinity James L. Evans, Rt. 2 Box 154-A, Benson 27504; 894-5497 

Watkins Chapel Emery W. Hacket, Rt. 1 Box 204-G, Zebulon 27597; 269-4076 

White Oak Irvin W. Adcock, Rt. 2 Box 589, Clayton 27520; 553-7560 

Wilson's Mills Thomas Hupp, Box 219, Wilson's Mills 27593; 965-9324 

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List of Sunday School Directors 



Antioch Leon Whitley, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591; 365-9302 

Baptist Center Richard R. Lee, Rt. 1 Box 308, Clayton 27520; 553-7354 

Baptist Tabernacle Mrs. Joyce Creech, Rt. 1 Box 187, Zebulon 27597; 269-8289 y 

Benson Mrs. William A. Bounds, 600 W. Harnett St., Benson 27504; 894-4274 - 

Benson Grove Dennis Lassiter, Rt. 1, Angier 27501; 894-2642 

Bethany Jimmie Price, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542; 284-4570 

Bethesda Dennis Kennedy, 804 Fernwood Dr., Clayton 27520; 553-5583 

Beulah James C. Barefoot, Rt. 2 Box 467, Dunn 28334; 892-7621 

Blackmon's Grove Stanley Massengill, Rt. 2 Box 320, Four Oaks 27524; 894-2584 

Burnell B.G. Johnson, Rt. 4 Box 59, Benson 27504; 894-2876 

Calvary J. Lovette Barefoot, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334; 892-5351 

Carter's Chapel Douglas Brown, Micro 27555; 284-4817 

Cedar Grove Dempsey Miller, 1716 Westwood Dr., Wilson 27893; 291-5446 

Clayton, First Carr Atkinson, 511 S. Page St., Clayton 27520; 553-6629 

Clydes Chapel W.R. Dean, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 325, Wendell 27571; 365-7558^ 

Corinth Wilbur Pulley, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597; 365-7716 

Crestwood Ray Schrum, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 ^~ 

Faith Clarence Brown, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 965-2671 

Four Oaks Douglas Johnson, Rt. 4, Four Oaks 27524; 934-7871 

Hales Chapel Tom Price, Rt. 1 Box 58, Zebulon 27597; 269-9849 

Hephzibah Steve Daughtry, Princeton 27569; 936-8401 

Hocutt Memorial Mrs. Lena Mercer, 309 W. Horn St., Clayton 27520; 553-7368 -X 

Hood's Grove Lee A. Hayes, 3115 S. George St., Benson 27504; 894-5467 

Jonesboro Charlie Earl Parker, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334; 892-5046^ 

Kenly 

Lee's Chapel Garland Johnson, Rt. 1 Box 31, Middlesex 27557; 235-3411 ^ 

Live Oak Wade Allen, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-6498 

Micro, First Lloyd Batten, Jr., Rt. 2 Box 92-A, Selma 27576; 965-5173 -/ 

Middlesex Gilbert Tyson, Rt. 2 Box 43-A, Middlesex 27557; 235-2108^ 

Newton Grove Dennis Bennett, Rt. 2, Newton Grove 28366; 594-1436 ' 

Nobles Chapel Charles Boykin, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 237-5314 

North Smithfield . . . Keith Anderson, 37 W. Wadell Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-2846 ^ 

Oliver's Grove Landis Adams, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2402 

Parrish Memorial Janet P. Medlin, Rt. 2 Box 183, Princeton 27569; 936-2929 y 

Pauline Danny C. Rhodes, Rt. 1 Box 95-A, Four Oaks 27524; 934-5592 

Pine Level Gene Sullivan, Rt. 2, Princeton 27569; 965-5525^ 

Pisgah Edward Austin, Rt. 1 Box 374-A, Smithfield 27577; 934-3963 / 

Pleasant Grove Leamon Wilkins, Rt. 1, Benson 27504^ 

Princeton Bobby Gray Toler, Rt. 2, Princeton 27569; 936-4511^ 

Sardis Larry Ingram, Linda Av., Princeton 27569; 936-4241 

Selma L.D. Pritchard, 307 Graves St., Selma 27576; 965-9540 ^ 

Sharon Charles P. Strickland, 111 Holding St., Smithfield 27577; 934-8736 

Shiloh 

Smithfield, First. . William H. Perry, Jr., Rt. 4 Box 194, Smithfield 27577; 934-6342 ' 

Stevens Chapel Joey Hatcher, Princeton 27569; 936-2181 

Thanksgiving Richard Moors, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-6113 

Trinity J. Don Johnson, Rt. 2, Benson 27504; 894-3434^ 

Watkins Chapel . . . Steve Driver, Rt. 3 Box 20, Angleview, Wendell 27591; 365-6760 S 

White Oak George E. Smith, Rt. 2 Box 746, Clayton 27520; 553-5331 

Wilson's Mills Mrs. Joseph R. Jones, Rt. 2, Clayton 27520; 934-3725,/ 



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List of Church Training Directors 



Bethesda Edward Sasser, 1104 Woodlawn Way, Clayton 27520; 553-5896 

Clayton, First . . Freddie R. Stickland, 103 Shady Lane Dr., Clayton 27520; 553-5766 

Four Oaks Mrs. R.E. Moore, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2483 

Hocutt Memorial John Lee, 305 Wren Ln., Clayton 27520; 553-5961 

Live Oak Mrs. Sandra Norris, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-6186 

Micro, First Rev. Tim Stevens, Rt. 1 Box 286, Middlesex 27557; 284-4207 

Pine Level Tony Braswell, Box 509, Pine Level 27568 

Princeton Rendell W. Day, Box 681, Princeton 27569; 936-4511 

Selma Mrs. Ruth Eason, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 284-3851 

Smithfield, First Berry Oliver, 618 S. First St., Smithfield 27577; 934-8774 

White Oak Mrs. Lona Bea Barnes, Rt. 2, Clayton 27520; 553-7346 

List of Brotherhood Directors 

Antioch Jimmy Narron, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557; 965-6504 

Benson Grove Jimmy Johnson, Rt. 1, Angier 27501; 894-2364 

Bethesda Fred Shaefer, Rt. 3 Box 526, Clayton 27520; 553-5962 

Beulah Mahlon Barefoot, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334; 892-1313 

Blackmon's Grove . . . Stanton Massengill, Rt. 2 Box 320, Four Oaks 27524; 894-2584 

Carter's Chapel Walter Holstun, Rt. 2, Selma 27576; 965-8837 

Clayton, First Curtis Phillips, 1003 Mulberry Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-5188 

Clydes Chapel Nevell Davis, Rt. 1 Box 10, Wendell 27591; 365-7558 

Corinth Jesse D. Hinton, Jr., Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597; 365-7828 

Crestwood Johnny Knox, Rt. 4, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2595 

Faith Clarence Brown, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 965-2671 

Hales Chapel Herman Hocutt, Box 1151, Zebulon 27577; 269-9191 

Hephzibah Don King, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569; 965-3909 

Hocutt Memorial Cameron Mercer, 309 Z. Home St., Clayton 27520; 553-7368 

Hood's Grove Lee H. Hayes, 3115 S. George St., Benson 27504; 894-5467 

Jonesboro Henry Parker, Rt. 2 Box 553, Dunn 28334; 892-2377 

Middlesex Joe Overman, Box 202, Middlesex 27557; 235-2433 

Newton Grove Dennis Bennett, Rt. 2, Newton Grove 28366; 594-1436 

Oliver's Grove Dean Jackson, 603 Church St., Four Oaks 27524; 963-2624 

Parrish Memorial Johnny Medlin, Rt. 2, Princeton 27569; 965-8755 

Pauline Eugene Barber, Rt. 1 Box 58, Four Oaks 27524; 934-6693 

Pine Level Dick Parker, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 965-5377 

Pleasant Grove Horace Johnson, Rt. 1, Willow Springs 27592 

Princeton Raeford Woodall, Rt. 2, Princeton 27569; 936-2391 

Selma Michael Chandler, 409 Dixie Dr., Selma 27576; 965-8831 

Smithfield, First Henry Wright, 921 Chestnut Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-3547 

Stevens Chapel C.L. House, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 965-5178 

Watkins Chapel Tommy Davis, Rt. 1 Box 71, Middlesex 27557; 269-8855 

White Oak Glenn Moore, Rt. 2 Box 586, Clayton 27520; 553-7462 

Wilson's Mills Joseph R. Jones, Rt. 2, Clayton 27520; 934-3725 

List of Woman's Missionary Union Directors 

Antioch June Creech, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557; 965-5819 

Baptist Center Mrs. Billy Wells, Rt. 1 Box 60, Clayton 27520; 553-6659 

Baptist Tabernacle. . . . Mrs. Phyllis Alford, Rt. 1 Box 434, Wendell 27591; 356-7373 
Benson Mrs. Billy Murphy, 503 W. Brocklyn St., Benson 27504; 894-5118 



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Benson Grove Trudy Ennis, Rt. 1, Angier 27501 

Bethany Martha Howard, Rt. 2, Kenly; 284-5193 

Bethesda Mrs. Dorothy Ellis, Rt. 2, Clayton 27520; 553-7891 

Beulah Mrs. Glorice Barefoot, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334; 892-1313 

Blackmon's Grove Miss Lois Lee, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 894-2582 

Burnell Mrs. Nelson Johnson, Rt. 3 Box 226, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2856 

Calvary Dorothy Johnson, Rt. 6 Box 277, Dunn 28334; 594-1894 

Carter's Chapel Mrs. Mary W. Brown, Rt. 2 Box 102-A, Selma 27576; 965-3704 

Cedar Grove Joyce Deans, Rt. 2, Wilson 27893; 243-6739 

Clayton, First Mrs. Sybil A. Ross, Box 616 Clayton 27520; 553-7287 

Clydes Chapel Sybil Brown, Rt. 1 Box 250, Wendell 27591; 365-3087 

Corinth Mrs Christine Glover, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

Crestwood Mrs. Gail Pearce, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 284-3414 

Faith Mrs. Thelma Lewis, Ricks Rd., Selma 27576; 965-2912 

Four Oaks Mrs. Harding Parker, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2578 

Hales Chapel Mrs. Bobby Wall, Rt. 1 Box 98, Middlesex 27577; 269-9191 

Hephzibah Mrs. Linda King, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569; 965-3909 

Hocutt Memorial . . . Mrs. Frances Hatcher, 916 Hobbs St., Clayton 27520; 553-6212 

Hood's Grove Mrs. W.A. Hood, Rt. 2 Box 212, Benson 27504; 894-5357 

Jonesboro Nancy West, Rt. 3, Dunn 28334; 892-7088 

Kenly 

Lee's Chapel Mrs. Kathleen Lewis, Box 24, Middlesex 27577; 235-4460 

Live Oak Mrs. Josephine Capps, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-5433 

Micro, First Mrs. Pervy Parrish, Box 251, Micro 27555; 284-3953 

Middlesex Mrs. Ruth Chloros, Box 616, Middlesex 27557; 235-2433 

Newton Grove Mrs. Lottie Bass, Rt. 2, Newton Grove 28366; 594-0680 

Nobles Chapel Mrs. Dolly Stallings, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 237-3925 

North Smithfield. . Mrs. Edith Dees, 11 W. Edgerton St., Smithfield 27577; 934-4373 

Oliver's Grove Teresa Allen 

Parrish Memorial Mrs. Mildred Starling, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 965-2683 

Pauline Mrs. Josephine H. Wood, Rt. 1 Box 104-A, Four Oaks 27524; 934-4034 

Pine Level Beebe Parker, Box 43, Pine Level 27568; 965-2226 

Pisgah Mrs. Grace Stevens, 102 E. Rose St., Smithfield 27577; 934-6901 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Wilma Jordan, Rt. 3, Raleigh; 772-3152 

Princeton Mrs. Clitus Hinton, Rt. 1 Box 398, Princeton 27569; 936-1111 

Sardis Mrs. Sylvia Whitley, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577; 934-2083 

Selma Mrs. Nettie Ricks, 305 N. Green St., Selma 27576; 965-6957 

Sharon Karen Brown, Little Creek Rd., Smithfield 27577; 934-4871 

Shiloh 

Smithfield, First Mrs. Lois M. Overby, 611 S. Fourth St., Smithfield 27577; 934-2495 

Stevens Chapel Joann Daughtry, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 965-5988 

Thanksgiving Mrs. Connie Jeff reys, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597; 365-4675 

Trinity Mrs. Agnes W. Lee, Rt. 2, Benson 27504; 894-4571 

Watkins Chapel Mrs. Waynelle Davis, Rt. 1 Box 71, Middlesex 27557; 269-8855 

White Oak Mrs. Shirley Weaver, Rt. 2, Clayton 27520; 553-7484 

Wilson's Mills Mrs. Floyd Corbett, Rt. 3, Smithfield 934-6320 

List of Church Clerks 

Antioch Mrs. Gail H. Brown, Rt. 2 Box 210, Selma 27576; 965-2437 

Baptist Center Mrs. W.E. Chappell, Rt. 1 Box 58, Clayton 27520; 553-7413 

Baptist Tabernacle. . . . Mrs. Robert H. Andrews, Box 331, Wendell 27591; 365-7279 

Benson Mrs. Robert D. Warren, Rt. 3 Box 25, Benson 27504; 894-3944 

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Benson Grove Frances Barbour, Rt. 3 Box 400, Benson 27504; 894-3846 

Bethany P.H. Daughtry, Jr., Rt. 2 Box 157, Kenly 27542; 284-2268 

Bethesda Mrs. Betty Lee, Rt. 1 Box 464, Clayton 27520; 553-7775 

Beulah Mrs. Karren B. Lee, Rt. 2 Box 465, Dunn 28334; 892-3592 

Blackmon's Grove Mrs. Pam Massengill, Rt. 2 Box 320, Four Oaks 894-2584 

Burnell Mrs. Nelson Johnson, Rt. 3 Box 226, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2856 

Calvary Sue Gilbert, Rt. 6, Dunn 28334 

Carter's Chapel Edward Crumpler, Box 252, Pine Level 27568; 965-5166 

Cedar Grove Geraldine Dail, 124 Boswell St., Wilson 27893; 243-4239 

Clayton, First Mrs. J.W. Lee, 258 Hardee St., Clayton 27520; 553-6565 

Clydes Chapel Betty T. Smith, Rt. 1 Box 217, Wendell 27591; 365-7317 

Corinth Mrs. Joyce Johnson, Rt. 1 Box 386, Zebulon 27597; 365-7938 

Crestwood Mrs. Kaye Stanley, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2051 

Faith Mrs. Ruth Howell, Rt. 2 Box 23-A, Selma 27576; 965-2615 

Four Oaks James B. Creech, Box 223, Four Oaks 27524; 963-3264 

Hales Chapel Mrs. Larry Dupree, Rt. 1 Box 222, Zebulon 27597; 269-9353 

Hephzibah 8c Hillside Mrs. Betty Massey, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569; 965-2542 

Hocutt Memorial Mrs. Jewel Weatherspoon, 213 Lane Sir Galahad, Garner 

27529; 772-4170 

Hood's Grove Mrs. Cleo W. Wood, Rt. 2 Box 213, Benson 27504; 894-3435 

Jonesboro Judy Parker, Rt. 2 Box 553, Dunn 28334; 892-2377 

Kenly 

Lee's Chapel Mrs. Dixie Bunn, Rt. 1 Box 30, Middlesex 27557; 235-3887 

Live Oak Mrs. Bonnie Barbour, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-8110 

Micro, First Shelby Jean Barnes, Rt. 3 Box 272-A, Selma 27576; 284-2352 

Middlesex Mrs. Barbara Dunbar, Box 294, Middlesex 27557; 235-3308 

Newton Grove Mrs. Norma Williford, Rt. 1 Box 175-A, Newton Grove 28366; 

596-0433 

Nobles Chapel Mrs. Ruth Scott, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 235-4533 

North Smithfield. . . . Mrs. Electra Stancil, 1635 Dail St., Smithfield 27577; 934-5865 

Oliver's Grove Johnnie Stewart, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2277 

Parrish Memorial Mrs. Jeannie Woodard, Box 225, Micro 27555; 284-2698 

Pauline Mrs. Josephine H. Hood, Rt. lBox 104-A, Four Oaks 27524; 934-4034 

Pine Level Sylvia Hinnant, Rt. 3 Box 92, Selma 27576; 965-5253 

Pisgah Mrs. Susan Austin, Rt. 1 Box 374-A, Smithfield 27577; 934-3963 

Pleasant Grove Louise M. Glisson, Rt. 1, Angier 27501; 894-2549 

Princeton Mrs. Jack Worley, Rt. 1 Box 83, Princeton 27569; 936-8281 

Sardis Mrs. Delphia O. Whitley, Rt. 2 Box 160, Smithfield 27577; 934-4842 

Selma Mrs. Ellen Allen, Box 495, Selma 27576; 965-8285 

Sharon Carolyn Tharrington, 106 Castle Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-3749 

Shiloh 

Smithfield, First Sidney Broadwell, 1203 S. Walnut St., Smithfield 27577; 

934-3831 

Stevens Chapel Wayne Peedin, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 965-3803 

Thanksgiving Arnold Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-2591 

Trinity Mrs. Nell Johnson, Rt. 1, Newton Grove 28366; 894-4133 

Watkins Chapel Mrs. Dorothy B. Driver, Rt. 1 Box 112, Middlesex 27557; 

269-8732 

White Oak Mrs. Dorothy E. Pritchard, Rt. 2 Box 658, Clayton 27520; 553-4140 

Wilson's Mills Mrs. Norman Strickland, Rt. 3 Box 96-B, Smithfield 27577; 

934-7515 



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List of Church Treasurers 



Antioch Roger Hinton, Rt. 1 Middlesex 27557; 965-2587 

Baptist Center Billy Wells, Rt. 1 Box 60, Clayton 27520; 553-6659 

Baptist Tabernacle Howard Driver, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591; 365-7595 

Benson Charles Stevens, Box 217, Benson 27504; 894-3504 

Benson Grove Charles Parrish, Rt. 1, Angier 27501 

Bethany Dida Watkins, Rt. 2, Selma 27576; 965-5332 

Bethesda Ayden Lee, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 464, Clayton 27520; 553-5684 

Beulah Malah McLamb, Rt. 4, Benson 27504; 894-4025 

Blackmon's Grove Mrs. Carolyn Holley, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 894-5962 

Burnell Ivey Johnson, Rt. 3 Box 222, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2897 

Calvary Louise Lee, Rt. 6, Dunn 28334 

Carter's Chapel Roger Sutton, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542; 284-4288 

Cedar Grove Henry Dail, 124 Boswell St., Wilson 27893; 243-4239 

Clayton, First James W. Cash, Box 417, Clayton 27520; 553-7244 

Clydes Chapel L.C. Medlin, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 222, Wendell 27571; 365-7586 

Corinth Wyatt Eason, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591; 365-7450 

Crestwood Donald Rose, 62 White Oak, Smithfield 27577; 934-6106 

Faith Bobby Blackmon, Rt. 3 Box 301-25, Selma 27576; 284-2138 

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Hales Chapel Mrs. F.C. Vann, Rt. 1 Box 46, Zebulon 27597; 269-8567 

Hephzibah W.C. Wilkins, Pine Level 27568; 965-2295 

Hocutt Memorial Herman Jones, 216 Crescent Dr., Clayton 27520; 553-6563 

Hood's Grove Mrs. Donald Parker, Rt. 2 Box 199, Benson 27504; 894-5133 

Jonesboro Sue Tart, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334; 892-3812 

Kenly 

Lee's Chapel Mrs. Mary D. Stallings, Box 40, Middlesex 27557; 235-3978 

Live Oak Mrs. Chloe Scott, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-3293 

Micro, First Mrs. Pervy Parrish, Box 251, Micro 27555; 284-3953 

Middlesex Cecil Williford, Box 265, Middlesex 27557; 235-3890 

Newton Grove Howard Denning, Rt. 2, Newton Grove 28366; 594-0224 

Nobles Chapel Reuben Strickland, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 235-3229 

North Smithfield Mrs. Edith Dees, 11 W. Edgerton, Smithfield 27577; 934-4373 

Oliver's Grove Thel Price, Rt. 4, Four Oaks 27524; 963-3309 

Parrish Memorial Tony Melin, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 284-3654 

Pauline Mrs. Ruth Wood, Rt. 1 Box 335, Four Oaks 27524; 934-0320 

Pine Level Tony Braswell, Box 509, Pine Level 27568; 965-5808 

Pisgah Mrs. Blenda Braswell, 419 Wellons St., Smithfield 27577; 934-7238 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Jackie Miller, Rt. 4, Willow Springs 27592 

Princeton Clitus Hinton, Rt. 1 Box 398, Princeton 27569; 963-1111 

^Sardis 

Selma Hubert Allen, Box 495, Selma 27576; 965-8285 

Sharon M.B. MacLeod, 204 McCullers St., Smithfield 27577; 934-4452 

VShiloh 

Smithfield, First G.A. Allen, 401 S. Second St., Smithfield 27577; 934-2541 

Stevens Chapel John V. Wellons, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577; 965-3240 

Thanksgiving Mrs. Katie Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-5089 

Trininty Miss Linda Lee, Rt. 2, Benson 27504; 894-3386 

Watkins Chapel . . . Steve Driver, Rt. 3 Box 20, Angleview, Wendell 27591; 365-6760 

White Oak Mrs. Russell Price, Rt. 2 Box 607-A, Clayton 27520; 553-7831 

Wilson's Mills C.B. Wood, 502 Powell St., Smithfield 27577; 934-2066 



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List of Music Directors 



Antioch Marty Green, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

Baptist Center Earl Standley, Rt. 1 Box 8, Clayton 27520; 553-6764 

Baptist Tabernacle Miss Karen Wilson, Southeastern Baptist Theological 

Seminary, Wake Forest; 556-6271 

Benson Alvin R. Marguerat, 704 Church St., Benson 27504; 894-8024 

Bethany Gene Berrier, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542; 284-2088 

Bethesda Rupert Alford, 410 Penny St., Garner 27529; 772-3343 

Beulah Jilda Barefoot, Rt. 2 Box 467, Dunn 28334; 892-7621 

Blackmon's Grove Mrs. Vangie Lee, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 894-3446 

Burnell G.B. Johnson, Rt. 4 Box 59, Benson 27504; 894-2876 

Carter's Chapel Mrs. Martha Jean Grady, Rt. 2, Selma 27576; 284-2830 

Cedar Grove Bertis Deans, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 235-2169 

Clayton, First Jim Elmore, 110-A Hardee St., Clayton 27520; 553-7977 

Clydes Chapel William Austin, Rt. 1 Box 211, Wendell 27591; 365-4076 

Corinth Mrs. Panoy Mitchell, Box 161, Wendell 27591; 365-7178 

Crestwood Mrs. Judy Hawley, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577; 934-3593 

Four Oaks Robert Goodwin, 425 Bennett Dr., Selma 27576 

Hales Chapel Tom Price, Rt. 1 Box 58, Zebulon 27597; 269-9849 

Hephzibah Randall Daughtry, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569; 965-5058 

Hocutt Memorial Alton Wood, 1913 Hwy. 70 W., Clayton 27520; 553-6323 

Hood's Grove Mrs. Thelma Johnson, Rt. 1, Newton Grove 28366; 894-2392 

Jonesboro Henry Parker, Rt. 2 Box 553, Dunn 28334; 892-2377 

Kenly 

Lee's Chapel Mrs. Janie F. Johnson, Rt. 1 Box 31, Middlesex 27557; 235-3411 

Live Oak Mrs. Carolyn Crumpler, Rt. 2 Box 86-A, Selma 27576; 965-8454 

Micro, First Mrs. Ritchie Wall, Rt. 2 Box 237, Selma 27576; 965-2750 

Middlesex Mrs. Constance Corbett, Rt. 2 Box 7, Middlesex 27557; 235-4373 

Newton Grove Mrs. C.L. Warren, Rt. 2, Newton Grove 28366; 594-0936 

Nobles Chapel Mrs. Peggy Wilson, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 235-4187 

North Smithfield Braxton Braswell, 32 W. Wadell St., Smithfield 27577; 

934-8492 

Oliver's Grove James Ryals, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2133 

Parrish Memorial Bill Braswell, Rt. 2 Box 341, Princeton 27469; 965-6197 

Pauline Warren Scales, Rt. 2 Box 193-B, Four Oaks 27524; 934-4543 

Pine Level Sharon Thompson, Box 564, Pine Level 27568; 965-8056 

Pisgah Susan Austin, Rt. 1 Box 374-A, Smithfield 27577; 934-3963 

Pleasant Grove Medwick V. Byrd, Rt. 1, Angier 27501; 894-4900 

Princeton Rendell Wilson Day, Box 681, Princeton 27569; 936-4511 

Sardis Mrs. Peggy Ingram, Linda Av., Princeton 27569; 936-4241 

Selma Mrs. Melba Woodruff, 101 Green St., Selma 27576; 965-3007 

Sharon Helen Ray, Box 1568 Smithfield 27577; 934-8758 

Shiloh 

Smithfield, First Hal Hall, Box 209, Smithfield 27577; 934-2204 

Stevens Chapel Thelbert Phillips, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577; 965-6523 

Thanksgiving Mrs. Winke Moore, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-6113 

Trinity Mrs. Addison Tart, Rt. 6, Dunn 28334; 894-4989 

Watkins Chapel Mrs. Margret Hinton, Rt. 1 Box 207-A, Zebulon 27597 

White Oak Miss Dara Moore, Rt. 2 Box 599, Clayton 27520; 553-4458 



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List of Organist 



(Or Pianist if no Organist) 

Antioch Pat Renfrow, Rt 1, Middlesex 27557 

Baptist Center Mrs. Earl Standley, Rt. 1 Box 8, Clayton 27520; 553-6764 

Baptist Tabernacle Mrs. Kay Nowell, Rt. 3, Wendell 27591; 264-7304 

Benson Mrs. R.L. Smith, Box 218, Benson 27504; 894-3933 

Benson Grove Mrs. Joan Phillips, Rt. 1, Angier 27501; 894-8470 

Bethany Carolyn Bicknell, Selma 27576; 965-5732 

Bethesda Mrs. Sheila Ashinhurst, Rt. 2, Clayton 27520; 553-4197 

Beulah Mrs. Karren B. Lee, Rt. 2 Box 465, Dunn 28334; 892-3592 

Blackmon's Grove Miss Lee Ann Eldridge, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 894-3645 

Burnell Miss Karen Mims, Rt. 3 Box 50-B, Four Oaks 27504; 894-2876 

Calvary Teresa Barefoot, 802 W. Webster Dr., Dunn 28334; 892-5351 

Carter's Chapel Mrs. Etholea Dixon, Micro 27555; 284-3608 

Cedar Grove Melva Deans, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 235-2169 

Clayton, First Jim Elmore, 110-A Hardee St., Clayton 27520; 553-7977 

Clydes Chapel Zella Striskland, Rt. 1 Box 17, Wendell 27591; 365-6589 

Corinth Mrs. Lunell Hinton, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597; 365-7931 

Crestwood Mrs. Sharon Rose, 62 White Oak, Smithfield 27577; 934-6106 

Faith Mary Ann Adams, Box 398, Pine Level 37568; 965-3835 

Four Oaks Mrs. John Wilkinson, Rt. 4, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2664 

Hales Chapel Mrs. Bill Creech, Rt. 3 Box 3-AA, Zebulon 27597; 269-9482 

Hephzibah Mrs. Geradline Reardon, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569; 965-5060 

Hocutt Memorial Mrs. Barbara Williams, 1014 Mulberry Rd., Clayton 27520; 

553-7986 

Hood's Grove Mrs. Donald Parker, Rt. 2 Box 199, Benson 27504; 894-5133 

Jonesboro Mrs. Carol Smith, 102 Syracuse St., Dunn 28334 

Kenly 

Lee's Chapel Mrs. Crama Kemp, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557; 235-4139 

Live Oak , Mrs. Linda Creech, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-3396 

Micro, First Mrs. Steve Edwards, 201 N. Sumner St., Selma 27576; 965-6694 

Middlesex Mrs. Barbara Strickland, Box 57, Middlesex 27557; 235-3886 

Newton Grove Thomas Willifird, Rt. 1, Newton Grove 28366; 594-1660 

Nobles Chapel Mrs. Evelyn Glover, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 237-5314 

North Smithfield Mrs. Debra Stanley, 1013 Cherry St., Smithfield 27577; 

934-2686 

Oliver's Grove Mrs. Florence Moors, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524; 894-5547 

Parrish Memorial Mrs. Jeannie Woodard, Box 225, Micro 27555; 284-2698 

Pauline Mrs. Janice Gregory, Rt. 3, Box 63-A, Four Oaks 27524; 934-2453 

Pine Level Darla Peedin, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 965-8596 

Pisgah Kathryn Baker, Rt. 1 Box 399, Clayton 27520; 934-2854 

Pleasant Grove Miss Ginger Evans, Hwy. 42 S., Clayton 27520; 553-6452 

Princeton Mrs. Pearle Johnson, Box 335, Princeton 27569; 936-3511 

Sardis Mrs. Peggy Ingram, Linda Av., Princeton 27569; 936-4241 

Selma Bob Dowling, 206 N. Massey St., Selma 27576; 965-2184 

Sharon Carolyn Crocker, Rt. 2, Selma 27576; 965-2647 

Shiloh 

Smithfield, First Thad Hardee, 411 Woodall St., Smithfield 27577; 934-2728 

Stevens Chapel John V. Wellons, Jr., Pine Level 27568; 965-3880 

Thanksgiving Mrs. Jeanette Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-2588 

Trinity Mrs. Cathy Barefoot, Rt. 2, Benson 27504; 894-3384 

Watkins Chapel Sharon Creech, Rt. 1 Box 243, Zebulon 27591; 269-9644 

White Oak Mrs. Glenn Moore, Rt. 2 Box 586, Clayton 27520; 553-7462 

Wilson's Mills Mrs. Joan Stout, 502 Cherry St., Selma 27576; 965-5911 

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List of Directors of Library Services 



Antioch Erlene Narron, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

Baptist Center Mrs. Robert Brooks, Rt. 1 Box 310, Clayton 27520 

Baptist Tabernacle Mrs. Beverly Batten, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 

Benson Mrs. Roy B. Langdon, Rt. 1 Box 372, Benson 27504 

Bethesda Mrs. Marjorie Cook, 2016 Ridge Rd., Clayton 27520 

Carter's Chapel Mrs. Myrtle Jean Price, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 

Clayton, First Mrs. Carolyn Williams, 316 Deerfield Dr., Clayton 27520 

Crestwood Mrs. Kaye Stanley, Four Oaks 27524 

Faith Dianne Blackmon, 601 W. Walnut St., Selma 27576 

Four Oaks Mrs. Price Heritage, Four Oaks 27524 

Hephzibah Mrs. Linda King, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569 

Hocutt Memorial Mrs. Elaine Boyette, 571 N. O'Neil St., Clayton 27520 

Kenly 

Lee's Chapel Miss Carol Bunn, Rt. 1 Box 30, Middlesex 27557 

Live Oak Mrs. Kirby Dunn, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Pine Level Becky Turner, Box 345, Pine Level 27568 

Pisgah Mrs. Irene Whitley, Rt. 3 Box 107, Smithfield 27577 

Princeton Mrs. Raymond Jones, Rt. 2 Box 33, Princeton 27569 

Sharon Edith Strickland, 111 Holding St., Smithfield 27577 

Shiloh 

Trinity Mrs. CD. Peacook, Rt. 2 Box 27506; 894-4693 

Watkins Chapel. Mrs. Betty Lewis, Rt. 1 Box 110, Middlesex 27557 

List of Chairmen of Deacons 

Antioch Worth C. Brown, Rt. 2 Box 210, Selma 27576; 965-2437 

Baptist Center Lawrence Canady, Box 305, Clayton 27520; 553-6467 ' 

Baptist Tabernacle Steven Blackley, Rt. 5, 219 Lambert St., Zebulon 27597; 

269-6625 

Benson 

Benson Grove Paul Revels, Rt. 1, Angier 27501; 894-4783 y 

Bethany P.H. Daughtry, Jr., Rt. 2 Box 157, Kenly 27542; 284-2268 

Bethesda Wilbert Evans, Rt. 1 Box 320, Hickory Dr., Clayton 27520; 934-4008 

Beulah James C. Barefoot, Rt. 2 Box 467, Dunn 28334; 892-7621 

Blackmon 's Grove 

Burnell Nelson Johnson, Rt. 3 Box 226, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2856 y 

Calvary CD. Denning, Rt. 6, Dunn 28334; 892-6561 ' 

Carter's Chapel Woodrow Lamm, Rt. 2, Selma 27576; 284-2576 v/ 

Cedar Grove Roney Mercer, Rt. 2, Wilson 27893; 237-4447 

Clayton, First Carr Atkinson, 511 S. Page St., Clayton 27520; 553-6629 

Clydes Chapel Titus Painter, Rt. 1 Box 207, Wendell 27571; 365-7372 

Corinth 

Crestwood Donald Gay, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577; 934-8993 

Faith Bobby Blackmon, Rt. 3 Box 301-25, Selma 27576; 284-2138 

Four Oaks Ralph Barbour, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2394 

Hales Chapel Larry Dupree, Rt. 1 Box 222, Zebulon 27597; 269-6353 

Hephzibah Charles Glen Pilkington, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 965-8156 

Hocutt Memorial John Lee, 305 Wren Ln., Clayton 27520; 553-5961 

Hood's Grove Donald Parker, Rt. 2 Box 199, Benson 27504; 894-5133 

Jonesboro Abel Penny, 506 E. Devine St., Dunn 28334; 892-3900 

Kenly 



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Lee's Chapel Floyd F. Bunn, Rt. 1 Box 30, Middlesex 27557; 235-3887 

Live Oak Billy R. Creech, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-5433 

Micro, First Dan Simmons, Rt. 3 Box 540-B, Smithfield 27577; 934-5761 

Middlesex Bill Morris, Box 9, Middlesex 27557; 235-3612 

Newton Grove Sanford West, Rt. 2, Newton Grove 28336; 594-1004 

Nobles Chapel R.D. Richards, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 237-2078 

North Smithfield . . . Lenwood Starling, 1024 Cherry St., Smithfield 27577; 934-4549 

Oliver's Grove Jimmy Jones 

Parrish Memorial Bill Braswell, Rt. 2 Box 341, Princeton 27569; 956-6197 

Pauline Owen Ingram, Rt. 1, Four Oaks 27524; 934-7913 

Pine Level Ben Parker, Box 43, Pine Level 27568 

Pisgah 

Pleasant Grove James Stephenson, Rt. 1, Willow Springs 27592 

Princeton Raymond Jones, Rt. 1 Box 33, Princeton 27569; 735-5024 

Sardis Larry Ingram, Linda Av., Princeton 27569; 946-4241 

Selma Joe Moore, Griswold St., Selma 27576; 965-2017 

Sharon Robert Holt, 702 Chestnut Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-4871 

Shiloh 

Smithfield, First 

Stevens Chapel John Wellons, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577; 965-3240 

Thanksgiving Richard Moore, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-6113 

Trininty Luther Johnson, Rt. 2, Benson 27504; 894-5577 

Watkins Chapel Odell Creech, Rt. 1 Box 243, Zebulon 27597; 269-9644 

White Oak Waymon E. Pritchard, Rt. 2 Box 658, Clayton 27520; 553-4140 

Wilson's Mills Charlie W. Wood, Box 125, Wilson's Mills 27593; 934-2898 



Ordained Ministers Other Than Pastors 



Bethany Warren Scales 

Charles Carroll, Clayton 27520 

Carter's Chapel Willard A. Brown PI, Rt. 2 Box 102-A, Selma 27576 

Clayton W.W. Turner PI, Box 315, Clayton 27520 

Four Oaks R.E. Moore, Four Oaks 27524 

Hales Chapel William E. Davis CW, Casilla 2516 Santa Cruz, Bolivia, 

South America 

Hephzibah Thorn Duncan, 401 N. 2nd St., Smithfield 27577 

Hood's Grove E.C. Reeves, Rt. 1 Box 361, Clayton 27520 

Live Oak Lesley Allen, Smithfield 27577 

Pisgah Joe Puckett R, 513 Lee St., Smithfield 27577 

J.H. Mauney, 402 E. Holt St., Smithfield 27577 

Selma Horace Ricks AW, 305 N. Green St., Selma 27576 

Sharon Fletcher Ford, 102 Castle Dr., Smithfield 27577 

Robert Barefoot, 104 Rogers Dr., Smithfield 27577 
Eugene Clayton, Pine Level 27568 

White Oak Waymon E. Prichard O, Rt. 2 Box 658, Clayton 27520 

Thomas Woodell CH, Rt. 2 Box 659, Clayton 27520 



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Ministers Ordained This Year 



Four Oaks Calvin Edgerton, Four Oaks 27524 

North Smithfield Stephen Morris, 14 Rochell PL, Selma 27576 

Pauline Philip Deitz, Rt. 4 Box 148, Benson 27504 

Licensed Ministers Not Ordained 

Benson R. Whitley Hood, 500 E. Main St., Benson 27504 

William Hinton Denning, Rt. 1 Box 70, Erwin 28339 

Bethesda Linwood Barbour, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 

Wilbert Evans, Rt. 1 Box 320, Clayton 27520 

Hales Chapel Herman Hocutt, Box 1151, Zebulon 27597 

Hood's Grove Norman Jackson, Rt. 1, Newton Grove 28366 

Middlesex Bill Morris, Box 9, Middlesex 27557 

Ministers Licensed This Year 

Crestwood Toby Cahoon, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 

Faith Bobby Blackmon, Rt. 3 Box 301-25, Selma 27576 

Parrish Memorial Tony Medlin, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Princeton Robert Franklin Denning, Rt. 2 Box 254-C, Horse Shoe 28742 



Proceedings 

FIRST DAY 

1. The eightieth annual session of the Johnston Baptist Association was opened by 
Moderator Maurice Grissom at 7:30 p.m. on October 18, 1982, at the Trinity Baptist 
Church. Music Director Rendell Day led the congregation in singing "To God Be 
the Glory." 

2. James Evans, host pastor, welcomed the messengers and made announcements 
about the facilities at the church and the refreshments to be served at the close of the 
evening meeting. 

3. The printed program was presented by Mrs. William Barnes who moved that 
it, with whatever changes became necessary, be the order of business for the messen- 
gers. The motion was seconded and adopted. 

Program 
Johnston Baptist Association 

TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH 
October 18, 1982 



7:30 Call to Order 

Hymn 

Welcome & Announcements . 
Adoption of Order of Business 
Scripture 8c Prayer 



Maurice Grissom, Moderator 

Congregation 

James Evans 

Mrs. William Barnes 

Doland Humphries 



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Special Music Trinity Choir 

Annual Sermon Kenneth Thornton 

8:15 Hymn Congregation 

Miscellaneous Business 

Recognition of Visitors 8c New Pastors Maurice Grissom 

Report of Historian Charles Creech 

8:40 Missions Reports: 

Report of Director of Missions Horace Ricks 

Report of Missions Committee George Smith 

Report of Cooperative Program John Ryberg 

Report of American Bible Society Mrs. Clitus Hinton 

9:00 Benediction E.C. Reeves 

Tuesday Afternoon 
CARTER'S CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH 
October 19, 1982 

3:30 Call to Order Maurice Grissom, Moderator 

Hymn Congregation 

Scripture 8c Prayer Steve Howard 

Welcome 8c Announcements Jerry Meeks 

3:45 Associational Programs Reports: 

Church Training Kenneth Thornton 

Woman's Missionary Union Mrs. Jan Barry 

Brotherhood Doland Humpries 

Music Rendell Day 

Evangelism Don Price 

Youth Ministry Tim Stevens 

4:15 Hymn Congregation 

4:20 Report of Job Description Committee Tim Stevens 

4:35 Budget & Finance Committee Report Chadwick Allen 

Treasurer's Report Tony Braswell 

Digest of Church Letters Willard Brown 

Associational General Board Report Willard Brown 

Committee on Nominations Report Doland Humphries 

Committee on Time, Place, Preacher James Rose 

Committee on Committees Report Thomas Hupp 

5:00 Miscellaneous Business 8c Accouncements 

Hymn Congregation 

5:10 Reports on Institutions 8c Agencies: 

Annuity Report Hoyt Lock 

Baptist Foundation Robert Brooks 

Christian Higher Education Grace Smith 

Christian Life Committee Kenneth Thrasher 

Christian Literature Edgar Whitlock 

Baptist Homes John Wilkinson 

Baptist Hospital Tim Stevens 

Baptist Children's Homes Mrs. Carolyn Tharrington 

5:45 Hymn Congregation 

Message Dr. & Mrs. Marse Grant 

Recognition of Visitors, Former Moderators & 

Former Director of Missions Maurice Grissom 

Announcements Jerry Meeks 

Benediction 8c Blessing on Evening Meal Harry Edwards 

6:30 Evening Meal _15_ 



Evening Meal 



CARTER'S CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH 
Host Churches: 

Bethany, Carter's Chapel, Kenly, Live Oak, Micro First, Faith and Selma 

7:30 Call to Order Maurice Grissom, Moderator 

Hymn Congregation 

Scripture & Prayer Ted Turner 

7:40 Sunday School Report Tom Waits 

7:55 Resolutions Committee Report Mrs. Clarence Woodard 

Moderator's Appointments Maurice Grissom 

Memorials Mrs. J.R. Overby 

8:10 Hymn Congregation 

Scripture John Rogers 

Special Music Carter's Chapel Choir 

Message Rev. & Mrs. John Rogers 

9:00 Benediction 



4. Doland Humphries read Hebrews 12:1-2, Isaiah 54:2, Luke 18:27, and John 
14:12 and led in prayer. 

5. Special music by the Trinity Church Choir included two selections: "I Walk 
with His Hand in Mine" and "Redeeming Love." 

6. The annual sermon was delivered by Kenneth Thornton. The pointed out that 
it took about 62 members of our churches to win one person to Christ last year, that it 
is time for us to go down on the playing field where it gets rough. He admonished us 
to expect great things from God for only God can save a lost person, and to remember 
that a great cloud of witnesses is looking down on us. He urged that we see the people, 
in Jesus' name. 

7. The congregation sang "At Calvary." led by Rendell Day. 

8. Moderator Maurice Grissom asked Hoyt Lock to act as parliamentarian. 

9. Tim Stevens presented the report of the Ad Hoc Committee on Job Descriptions 
to be studied and voted on during the Tuesday meeting. 

10. Hoyt Lock presented proposed amendments to the Constitution to be voted on 
Tuesday. 

11. The following motion was presented by Hoyt Lock: "I move that this associa- 
tion authorize our Moderator to appoint a Blue Ribbon Committee of five members 
to study the format of our annual program with the idea of changing its structure in 
such a way so as to make our annual meetings more meaningful; that this committee 
be instructed to report to the March 1983 meeting of the General Board and that the 
Program Committee for the year 1982-83 refrain from beginning their work until the 
General Board has taken action on said report." The motion was seconded, discussed 
and approved by majority vote. 

12. Moderator Grissom and Director of Missions Ricks welcomed and had the fol- 
lowing new pastors introduce themselves: Ted Turner, Hephzibah; Harry Edwards, 
Nobles Chapel; Gene Lockaby, Corinth; Danny Poyner, Blackmon's Grove; James 
Evans, Trinity; Kenneth Benton, Parrish Memorial; Warren Scales, Pauline. Don 
Price introduced Alvin R. Marguerat, minister of music and youth at Benson. 

13. Charles Creech presented and discussed his report, as historian. 



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Report of Historian 

PRESERVING CHURCH RECORDS ON MICROFILM 

It is our duty to preserve our heritage so that future generations can note the ac- 
complishments of our generation and perhaps find a valuable lesson and inspiration 
to guide them. Biblical reference to historical preservation is made in the Old Testa- 
ment when the Lord instructed Joshua to erect a monument of 12 stones on the bank 
of the River Jordan: 

Then Joshua explained again the purpose of the stones. "In the 
future," he said, "when your children ask you why these stones 
are here and what they mean, you are to tell them that these stones 
are a reminder of this amazing miracle — that the nation of Israel 
crossed the Jordan River on dry ground! ..." (Joshua 4:21-22, 
LB) 

My report concerns the preservation of our church records through the process of 
microfilming. Our Baptist Historical Collection at Wake Forest University in Win- 
ston-Salem has microfilmed the church records of over 700 Baptist churches in North 
Carolina. John R. Woodard, Curator, invites you and your church to take advantage 
of this service and preserve your heritage on microfilm. 

Why should you get your records microfilmed? There are two reasons for having 
this done: 1. Should something happen to the original records then a negative micro- 
film will be available for copies to be made; and 2. The church can direct researchers 
and others who may wish to use the early records of the church to the microfilm copy 
in the Historical Collection or a copy in the local library and save wear and tear on 
the church records. 

What should you bring into the Historical Collection for filming? The following 
outline is a guide suggested by Mr. Woodard. If the records brought into the collec- 
tion are sorted into these categories, it makes for easier and quicker processing. The 
types and arrangement outline can also be used by the church to organize your rec- 
ords for local use. 

TYPES AND ARRANGEMENT OUTLINE 

A. Church Minutes (chronological) 

B. Board Records (chronological including deacons, trustees, church council, etc.) 

C. Church Records 

1. Articles of Faith 

2. Budgets (chronologically) 

3. Bulletins (chronological) 

4. Committee records (alphabetical by name of committee) 

5. Constitution & Bylaws 

6. Correspondence (alphabetical by surname) 

7. Covenant 

8. Membership records: 

a. membership rolls (chronological) 

b. attendance rolls (chronological) 

c. church letters (alphabetical) 

(1) granted/requested 

(2) received 

9. Newsletters (chronological) 
10. Subject files 

a. anniversary records (chronological) 

b. association letters (chronological) 



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c. biographical - including information on pastors, teachers, and lay leaders, 
together with photographs (alphabetical) 

d. building plans/architect's drawings (chronological) 

e. calendars of church activities 

f . cemetery records - including plats 8c inventories (chronological) 

g. directories (chronological) 

h. deeds/mortgages/property records - including maps (chronological) 

i. history folders 

j. insurance folders 

k. memorials/obituaries/resolutions of respect 

1. newspaper clippings/magazine articles (chronological) 

m. photographs 8c drawings (alphabetical & identified) 

n. scrapbooks (chronological) 

o. yearbooks (chronological) 

p. miscellaneous 

11. Treasurer's records (chronological) 

12. Vacation Bible School records (chronological) 
D. Organization Records 

1. Brotherhood - including the Royal Ambassadors (chronological) 

2. Sunday School (chronological) 

3. Training Union (chronological) 

4. Woman's Missionary Union records - including Sunbeams/Mission Friends, 

Girls in Action, Acteens, Young Woman's Auxiliary, 8c Woman's Missionary 
Societies (alphabetical) 
When should your records be filmed? If the records of your church have never 
been filmed - IMMEDIATELY. After the initial filming, every 10 years the records 
should be brought into the collection for an update filming. The collection already 
has microfilm records for the following: 

Antioch (1859-1972) Lee's Chapel (1825-1894, 1905-1959) 

Baptist Center (1871-1926) Princeton (1889-1972) 

Clayton First (181 1-1975) Smithfield First (1904-1919) 

Clydes Chapel (1889-1972) Thanksgiving (1929-1963) 

Corinth (1904-1938) Trinity (1880-1967) 

Four Oaks (1891-1972) Watkin's Chapel (1924-1974) 

Hale's Chapel (1941-1970) White Oak (1931-1972) 

Hood's Grove (1907-1972) 

Where do you carry the records? The Historical Collection is located in Room 207 
Z. Smith Reynolds Library, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC 27109. 
The telephone number is (919) 761-5472. The collection is open from 8:30 - 4:30, 
Monday - Friday, except for holidays. Special arrangements can be made for the 
weekend delivery of church records if notification is made ahead of time. 

Will microfilming harm the records? NO. The filming is done on 100 foot rolls of 
35mm microfilm. The records are placed flat on a large surface and the equivalent of 
black and white slides are made of each double page by a camera that is suspended 
over the records. The filming is done right at the library. The church's records are 
not out of the collections custody at any time. 

How long will it take to film the records? The filming times varies with the 
amount of records brought in for filming. Time is needed for arranging and catalog- 
ing prior to the filming. Usually two or three weeks are needed for an individual 
church's records. 

What procedure should be followed? First, the church/deacons/trustees should 
approve of having the records microfilmed. Then carry the records to the Z. Smith 
Reynolds Library. A receipt will be given for the records unless they come in on a 
weekend, in which case a receipt will be mailed to the church. After the filming is 

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completed the church or individual who brought the records will be notified by mail 
or phone that they are ready to be picked up. The person who picks up the records is 
required to sign a receipt for them in order that the record of the procedure will be 
complete. 

What will it cost? NOTHING. The Z. Smith Reynolds Library provides this as a 
free service to the churches. 

Are copies available? Yes. Chuches that have access to a local microfilm reader 
may order positive copies of the film for local use. A security negative is stored in the 
collection for the purpose of making copies for the church. Researchers and indi- 
viduals who desire a copy will have to get permission from the church. When copies 
are requested, copying of the film is handled by a commercial firm in Winston- 
Salem, the current cost if $15.50 per reel. 

How will the records be used in the collection? Researchers, especially church 
historians and association historians, will have copies available in the collection 
whenever they begin to do research for local church and association histories. Genea- 
logical researchers will have records available in one place for their family history 
research projects. 

Every church is urged to take advantage of this microfilming service. Do it right 
away! Joshua did not wait, but acted immediately by having his men pick up the 
large stones as they were crossing the Jordan on dry land. Valuabe and irreplaceable 
historical documents are being destroyed every day simply through neglect. Preserve 
Your History Now ! ! ! 

Charles W. Creech, 
Associational Historian 

14. Horace Ricks presented his report as Director of Missions, recognized Mrs. 
Ricks and Mrs. Fay Edwards, Secretary, and addressed the messengers. 

Report of the Director of Missions 

A major responsibility of your Director of Missions is to visit in the churches. He 
averages visiting four churches a week. Some of the purposes of the visits are to learn 
about church ministries, talk with pastors and church officers and to promote the ac- 
tivities being conducted in the association. 

The associational office is a place where pastors can talk about the needs of their 
churches and their personal problems. It often happens that they talk about the needs 
of their churches and together we look for help for the churches. 

Counseling with pastors: associational officers and church officers in an ongoing 
ministry of the Director of Missions. Churches are helped more often than they know 
about through the association. 

The Great Challenge Budget Planning Program has been led several times both in 
this association and in other associations. I know of no quicker, nor more effective 
way to help churches do mission action budgeting, strategy planning, goal setting and 
to substantially increse their budgets than through the Great Challenge Budget 
Program. It is my goal to lead 10 of these programs in 1983. 

The pastors and churches are to be commended for much progress this year. In my 
estimation, this has been an outstanding year for the association. Pastors are leading 
their churches to make progress, churches are participating in progressive ministries 
and many new things are being done for the glory of God. 

More and more the associational office is becoming a resource center for the 
churches. New pieces of equipment have been given to the association and pastors are 
increasing their use of these machines. This is another way in which the association 
serves the churches. It is our desire to make the association office a more effective re- 
source center to help the churches. 

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Associational sponsorship of training and promotional programs is essential to the 
growth and life of the churches. Seminars, workshops, and conferences are planned 
to benefit the churches and to assist the pastors and other church officers in their 
leadership role. 

Churches face an actual or potential crisis following the departure of pastors. In 
such time, the association becomes a viable source of help through counseling, 
resumes and personal contacts. 

Your Director of Missions is concerned about the number of pastors leaving 
churches due to strained relationship and insufficient income. I, therefore, appeal to 
your sense of Christian compassion and integrity to work closely, lovingly and pa- 
tiently with your pastor. The church called him to be the chief leader. Assist him in 
that role and the church will be happier and more effective in its role as a witness. 

To the new year we look with confidence and commitment. To God we confirm 
anew our devotion to be at our best in His service. 

Horace Ricks, Director of Missions 
15. George Smith gave the Missions Committee report. 

Missions Committee Report 

The Lord Jesus, before he was taken up into heaven, spoke these words to us: "But 
you shall receive power, after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you: and ye shall be 
witnesses unto me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judea, and in Samaria, and unto the 
uttermost part of the earth. Each Christian is charged with the responsibility of being 
a faithful witness for Christ. Each church is charged with the task of providing lead- 
ership in helping members meet their witnessing responsibility. The Associational 
Missions Committee in turn has the responsibility to plan and assist churches with 
cooperative missions projects directed towards witnessing to those with special needs. 
Perhaps we may find a need to reach out to people of different nationalities or people 
who are often rejected by society such as migrants. The job of missions is to see that 
all our people are reached for Christ's sake ! 

This year a number of missions projects were carried out by the churches of the 
Johnston Association. New work thrusts, migrant ministries, prison ministires, Back- 
yard Bible Clubs, hospital ministries and special projects are some of the many 
missions programs which are outlined in the report which follows. 

Johnston Association churches continued to support the "Mountain State 200" ef- 
fort by providing approximately $200.00 each month in support of the mission in 
Beaver, West Virginia (near Beckley). Leonard Morgan served as church planter 
and the Rev. Lawrence Stewart has recently been called to serve as pastor of this new 
church. 

Five of our churches are participating in Bible teaching and preaching at the 
Johnston County Prison Unit. They are Selma, Princeton, Pine Level, Wilson's 
Mills and Hillside. We thank these churches for this effort. A number of prisoners 
have made professions of faith because of this work, and it is therefore essential to 
continue to strengthen this ministry. Plans are to involve churches of other denomi- 
nation as much as possible during the coming year. 

The association is also supporting a Bible distribution ministry led by Kerry 
Smith. Mr. Smith has distributed over 40 copies of God's word this year. 

Again this year we were able to reach out to migrants with cooperative support 
from the Baptist State Convention. A total of $1,300.00 was provided to support the 
work of Kerry Smith, associational summer worker. Kerry did an outstanding job 
working to organize Backyard Bible Clubs for migrants in our county. Also, num- 



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erous health kits were prepared by many of our churches for distribution to those 
who needed these kits. Over 40 English and Spanish Bibles were also made available 
to migrants as part of this effort. 

Benson Baptist Church has recently started a Sunday afternoon worship service for 
Haitians who live in the Benson community. This is an important outreach effort 
which will certainly need to be expanded to other areas of the county in the future. 

During the year the Johnston Association coordinated an interdenominational 
Bible teaching ministry at Johnston Memorial Hospital. This effort involves weekly 
taping of Sunday School lessons which can be viewed each Sunday morning by the 
patients on closed circuit television. This work is providing help to those who need 
the comfort of God's Word as they recover from physical illness. 

The Association Mission's Committee is preparing for the "Bold New Work Cam- 
paign" which is one of the Bold Missions Thrusts for 1982-85. We need the support of 
churches in this effort and each church can help by electing a Missions Committee. 
You will be hearing more about this campaign during the coming year. 

Up-To-date information on county population changes and vital statistics on the 
various church programs in our association are essential to planning any new work 
effort. We thank Ms. Erma Lee Woodard and Mrs. Faye Edwards for their efforts in 
preparing the basic missions research data for the report - "Profile of Population and 
Church People" in the Johnston Association. Dr. Earnest Upchurch of the Baptist 
State Convention prepared the final report and presented an analysis of the report to 
the association on September 20. Copies of this important document are available in 
the association office. 

George Smith, Chairman of Committee 

16. John Ryberg called attention to the Stewardship and Cooperative Program re- 
port. 

Stewardship and Cooperative Program Report 

Stewardship is a way of life for the Christian. The common denominator is people 
committed to Christ and His church with the understanding that it really is more 
blessed to give than to receive. The church budget is a covenant of distribution. The 
Cooperative Program of Southern Baptists is the extended witness of the local church 
in Christian ministry and mission; it is a noble expression of stewardship. 

As a financial plan, the Cooperative Program is vital to the institutional expression 
of our faith as a denomination - in outreach to schools and seminaries, special homes 
for young and old, the sick and troubled, as well as resource help for local congrega- 
tions and mission boards that serve all kinds of people in all kinds of places. Obvious- 
ly, the larger the financial plan, the bolder the Missions Thrust. As with the church 
budget, so with the denominational budget (The Cooperative Program): "On the 
first day of the week lay by in store as God has prospered you," as a man who has 
found a Treasure for which he would gladly sell all that he has. 

In our denominational life, as in our local churches, inflation and recession not- 
withstanding, let us take heart! Be encouraged! "Our God shall supply all our 
needs, according to His riches in Christ Jesus." 

John Ryberg, Representative 

17. Mrs. Jean Hinton gave the American Bible Society report. 



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American Bible Society Report 



Millions of people will recall 1981 as the year in which they were first introduced 
to God's Word — the year in which they discovered Jesus Christ — and for many of 
them the year in which they accepted Christ as their Lord and Savior. Bible societies 
around the world distributed a total of 444,130.089 Bibles, Testaments, portions and 
selections in 1981. 

The goal of the Society is still the same as it was when it first began 166 years ago — 
the translation, publication and distribution of the scriptures in the language of the 
people without doctrinal note or comment and without profit. As a vital scripture re- 
source agency to the Southern Baptist Convention, as well as to all other churches, 
the A.B.S. will continue to work with the United Bible Societies around the world to 
provide scriptures to more people than ever before in languages they can readily read 
and understand. 

The United Bible Societies is now directly or indirectly involved in translation 
projects in over 600 languages around the world. There are more than 50 people em- 
ployed by the U.B.S. who serve as full-time consultants to churches, missions and 
national bible societies and assist in every phase of the translation task. 

The extent of worldwide bible translation is well illustrated by the work being un- 
dertaken in Africa, where 442 scripture translation projects are currently going on. 
Three hundred and sixty-five are first time translations. There are over 1,600 lan- 
guages in Africa, so less than six percent of African languages have a full bible and 
only 31 percent have at least one book of the Bible. The need for Bible translation is 
also evident in the Americas, where two major language groups, Guarani of 
Paraguay and Jamaican Creole, along with 15 other large language groups having 
over 100,000 literates, do not yet have a complete Bible. Since an estimated 3,000 
languages are spoken throughout the world, the challenge to translate the scriptures 
into clear and understandable languages is crucial to the mission of the Bible cause. 

Scripture distribution was marked by a 29.2 percent increase in the United States 
in 1981, and included a total of 98,190,991 Bibles, Testaments, portions and selec- 
tions. 

Some of this scripture distribution was achieved by more than 42,000 volunteers, 
almost 3,000 of whom operate local Scripture Courtesy Centers where Bible Society 
publications are immediately available at or below the full cost of publication. Over 
14,000 of these volunteers are specially designated church representatives who keep 
their pastors and congregations aware of the services of the A.B.S. - and the scriptures 
available. Volunteers also hold Good News Seminars across the country. These semi- 
nars are attended by representatives from churches and denominations, as well as by 
individuals, who gather to learn about the work of the A.B.S. and its various 
programs for reaching people with the Word of God. 

Plans for 1982 include not only an expansion of the scripture ministry by volun- 
teers but a greatly increased emphasis on reaching people who might not seek for 
themselves the Good News found in God's Word but whose interest in the scriptures 
could be stimulated through mass distribution efforts. 

FINANCIAL SUPPORT 

The accomplishments highlighted in this report are made possible because of gifts 
received from individuals and churches. 

The American Bible Society thanks the Southern Baptist Convention in particular 
for its steady level of support. A total of $321,409.97, or approximately two cents per 
member, was given by Southern Baptists in the year 1981. This represents an increase 
of 9.5 percent over giving in 1980. 

In recognition of the growing number of requests for scriptures throughout the 
world, and the rapid increases in inflation, the American Bible Society asks that the 

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Southern Baptist Convention not only continue, but increases its support of the Bible 
cause. This seems especially appropriate when considering the close and continuing 
relationship between the Southern Baptist Convention and the American Bible Soci- 
ety in the common purpose of scripture translation and distribution. 

We know that we have the urgent responsibility and glorious challenge of making 
God's Word available to all who need and want it. This is more than a responsibility 
for the Bible societies. It is a responsibility which all Christians must recognize and 
to which all must respond generously. 

Jean Hinton, Representative 

18. The meeting was recessed until Tuesday afternoon and E.G. Reeves lead the 
closing prayer. 

SECOND DAY 

19. The second day of the eightieth annual session of the Johnston Baptist Associa- 
tion convened at Carter's Chapel Baptist Church at 3:30 p.m., on Tuesday, October 
19, 1982, with Moderator Maurice Grissom presiding. 

20. The congregation sang "Holy, Holy, Holy" with Rendell Day directing. 

21. W.W. Turner led in prayer. 

22. Jerry Meeks, host pastor, welcomed the messengers and made announcements 
about church facilities. 

23. Kenneth Thornton gave the Church Training report and announced "M" 
Night on November 21. 

Church Training Report 

This past year we gained four new churches -- four more committed to training. 
Church Training is on the upward swing. 

Churches are now realizing the need for training. From now to September 1984, 
our Church Training Department is beginning "Project 400." "Project 400" is the 
plan for starting 400 new Church Training programs in North Carolina. Our goal 
for Johnston Baptist Association is to begin 10 new Church Training programs by 
September 1984. 

Ruth Prince, Church Training Department in Raleigh will be in our association 
next February 13-16, 1983. Ruth and I will offer any assistance to any church that 
will begin Church Training. Will your church be one of the 10? Equip your 
disciples by training them. 

Kenneth Thornton, 
Associational Church Training Director 

24. Mrs. Jan Barry gave the Woman's Missionary Union report and announced 
Mission Friends meeting on March 26. 

Woman's Missionary Union Report 

One interested woman is all it takes. Just one interested woman is all it takes to 
have an active W.M.U. in a church. I thank the Lord each day for all the interested 
women in all the churches in Johnston Baptist Association. 

The W.M.U. emphasis this year is Life Changing Commitments and our watch- 
word is Isaiah 6:8 "Also I heard the voice of the Lord saying, Whom shall I send and 
who will go for us? Then said I, Here am I; Send me." 

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It is important to feel a commitment on all of our lifestyle ... to our Lord, to 
W.M.U., to our church, to our families. A commitment to put the Lord's work first, 
not what's left over. Realizing this the associational leaders attended the leadership 
workshop in Tarboro and then lead their conferences. 

Our associational W.M.U. achieved the "Distinguished Award" again this year. 
This is the highest honor for achievement presented by Southern Baptist Convention 
for W.M.U. work. 

There are new manuals for all age levels this year so two studies were held. One at 
Hocutt Memorial on October 1 at night and one on Saturday morning at Hephzibah 
Church on September 26. 

On Sunday afternoon November 8 the Baptist Women had a tea at the Johnston 
Association building honoring all the pastors, assistant pastors and music directors. 

On March 13 the Girls in Action had a Mother-Daughter dinner at Benson Baptist 
Church with over 200 attending. Tim Russell, a student at Southeastern spoke about 
his work as a US-2 worker in Oklahoma City. 

The B.Y.W. meeting was held at Shiloh on March 20 with emphasis on volunteer 
work in Home Missions and Foreign Missions. Jean Hinton told about a group from 
Princeton Baptist Church going to West Virginia on mission work and Mr. Raymond 
Moore told of his and Mrs. Moore's work in Germany. 

The Acteen meeting was held April 1 at Watkin's Chapel and Janet Hinton told of 
her mission activities in New York. 

The Mission Friends had their meeting at Thanksgiving Church on May 8. They 
had a Missions Fair with missions centers of many countries where we have mission- 
aries. 

The annual W.M.U. meeting was at Hocutt Memorial Church on April 17. Mrs. 
Joe (Faye) Barrow spoke on her and her husbands work in Kenya, Africa. Each per- 
son was asked to bring their own lunch and the host churches provided tea, coffe and 
dessert. A love offering was taken and given to Kelton Hinton to buy a guitar for his 
work in Togo where he will be sent as part of the B.S.U. ministries from the Univers- 
ity of North Carolina where he is a student. 

Mission Study, Mission Suppport, Mission Action, Personal Witness . . . put it all 
together and you have W.M.U. We of Johnston Baptist Association W.M.U. covet 
your prayers and your support as we make the life changing commitments we need to 
make for Him this year. 

Jan Barry, 

Associational Woman's Missionary Union Director 

25. Doland Humphries brought the Brotherhood report and announced a meeting 
November 9. 

Brotherhood Report 

The past year has been a year of moderate growth for the Brotherhood organiza- 
tion in Johnston Association. There are approximately 20 churches with Baptist 
Men's groups and 32 churches with Royal Ambassador chapters. 

We are glad for these, but, we encourage the churches without a Brotherhood or- 
ganization to contact one of our associational workers about having this fine mission 
organization active in their church. 

There have been three Baptist Men's workshops and six R.A. workshops held in 
churches in addition to two associational Brotherhood workshops. 

The R.A. sports program this past year involved approximately 250 boys (both 
basketball and track). 



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Our association won first place in the state track meet in one running event (broke 
the state record) and we came in second place in one field event and third place in 
one field event and one running event. We were well represented. 

A mission rally was held in Selma for men and boys at Selma Elementary cafeteria 
in April with an attendance of approximately 90. 

Doland Humphries, 
Associational Brotherhood Director 

26. The Music report was given by Rendell Day. 

Music Report 

This year there were two PraiSings, one at Shiloh Baptist Church and at Parrish 
Memorial Baptist Church. Choirs from Princeton, Selma, Parrish Memorial, 
Shiloh, and Bethesda participated in the PraiSings. Due to a lack of response two 
other scheduled PraiSings had to be canceled. 

Church Music Week is August 21-28. This is an excellent time for churches to rec- 
ognize and encourage their music leaders and participants. It is also a good time for 
the local churches to evaluate their music programs and make positive moves to better 
them. 

The purpose of the Music Committee is to assist the churches of the Johnston Bap- 
tist Association with their music programs. It is also designed to encourage and pro- 
mote the betterment of the music program of our churches. 

Rendell W. Day, 
Associational Music Director 

27. The Youth Ministry report was brought by Tim Stevens. 

Youth Ministries Committee Report 

The highlight of the year for Youth Ministry in our association was the Annual 
Youth Rally. This year's rally was held March 13 at Corinth Baptist Church with 
approximately 200 youth and youth leaders present. Rev. Fenton Moorehead, pastor 
of the First Baptist Church in Salisbury, was the speaker for the evening. His message 
on love was an inspiration to everyone present. The music for the evening was pro- 
vided by the youth choirs of Middlesex and Hocutt Memorial churches. Following 
the service refreshments were served by the people of Corinth. 

Later this year on May 22 the second annual associational Youth Talent Show was 
held at Live Oak Baptist Church. Attendance was not as great as had been hoped but 
those present thoroughly enjoyed themselves. The host church, Live Oak won the 
competition and received a plaque. 

The last youth activity event of the year was a youth field day held August 28, at 
Brack Wilson Park in Selma. This was a recreational event and was enjoyed by those 
who attended. 

Some plans for the coming year include the organization of an Associational Youth 
Council to help in planning activities. Hopefully this will result in greater participa- 
tion by the youth in our churches. 

Tim Stevens, Chairman of Committee 



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28. Don Price gave the Evangelism report, and Tom Hupp announced a meeting 
on February 8-9. 



Evangelism Report 

Reports are still coming in on the "Here's Hope" Joint Evangelism Crusade held 
in March and April 1982. Interpretation Meetings were held across the state to sug- 
gest plans and basic thrusts for the Joint Crusade effort, sponsored jointly by the Bap- 
tist State Convention of North Carolina and the General Baptist State Convention. 
Churches conducted "People Search" and Lay Evangelism Schools, followed by local 
revivals. Figures to date indicate 2,932 professions and 34,266 rededications, with 
only 36 of our 80 associations being complete in their reporting. Comments from 
pastors across the state are: 

Asheboro, First Baptist - "Best attended meeting in seven years I have been here. 
Had excellent preparation ..." 

Aaron Baptist Church, Avery Association - "Several who have grown up in this 
church said it was the best revival they have had in a least 20 years." 

Hunter Hills Baptist Church, Piedmont Association - "Best attendance ever; the 
Holy Spirit seemed to be present with great power." 

"Here's Hope North Carolina" was the theme for the thirty-sixth annual State- 
wide Evangelism Conference, February 8-9, 1982 in Greensboro, with 2,500 people 
in attendance; the best consistant attendance in recent years. 

For many youth, this year a week at Caswell was the highlight of the summer, with 
Barry Wood teaching about discipleship during the Youth Evangelism Week. This 
was the year the Youth Evangelism Conference expanded to three - Asheville, Greens- 
boro and Fayetteville. These were tremendously successful meetings, with the largest 
number of youth ever attending. 

As we move toward the time when Growing an Evangelistic Church will be our 
major planning tool and C.W.T. will be the new witness training method, some pilot 
churches have started the programs. The Key Leadership meeting in Ridgecrest in- 
troduced the associational evangelism chairmen to Growing Evangelistic Churches in 
North Carolina. 

The Statewide Evangelism Conference will be held in Charlotte's Ovens Auditori- 
um during February 7-8, 1983, with Dr. Wayne Ward leading Bible study; Dr. Lan- 
drum Leavell, Dr. Bo Baker, Dr. Joe Ford preaching, and Dick Baker leading the 
music. 

On February 1, 1982, J.W. Hutchens, Jr. became the Director of the Division of 
Evangelism for the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. 

Many churches of the association conducted a People Search in order to locate 
people and to prepare for the "Here's Hope" revivals. The intent is that the churches 
will continue to use the information to do personal visitation, to win people to Christ, 
and to lead them to church membership. 

All churches are urged to take the necessary actions to continue reaching people in 
their community. 

Don Price, Chairman of Evangelism 

29. At this time the music director led the congregation in singing "Down at the 
Cross." 

30. The report of the Job Description Committee was brought before the messen- 
gers by Tim Stevens who moved that it be adopted as printed. The motion was sec- 
onded and adopted unanimously. 

31. With the vice moderator presiding, Chad Allen presented the report of the 
Budget and Finance Committee and moved its adoption. The motion was seconded 
and adopted unanimously. 



Report of the Budget and Finance Committee 



In preparing the recommended 1982-83 Associational Budget your Budget and 
Finance Committee has taken into consideration the ministries we seek to carry out as 
well as the present economic picture in our association, state and the nation. We have 
been conscious, from the beginning, of the projected economic outlook for the near 
future, and we have sought to be as realistic as possible. The budget which we recom- 
mend is one which we feel is the minimum we should adopt if our work is to be per- 
formed in an effective manner. 

We have also been faced with the reality that every church in the association must 
do her part if we are to meet the provisions of this proposed budget. Several years ago 
the General Board recommended to the churches a basis for supporting the associa- 
tion financially. The figure the board recommended is three percent of the church's 
undesignated offerings. This is a reasonable figure and one which we as a committee 
strongly recommend to every church in the Johnston Baptist Association. As we urge 
the churches to send their contributions on a monthly basis. Such a giving pattern by 
all of our churches will enable us to meet the proposed budget without any difficulty. 

Messengers to this annual session of the Johnston Baptist Association are encour- 
aged to go back and lead your churches to adopt the above means of supporting your 
association and its ministries. 



"Ministry- Action budgeting is a process by which an association plans its spending 
around the ministries it determines needful and consistant with its reason for being." 
This means we must start the budget making process by examining the purpose of the 
association. In doing this, the Budget Committee sought input from the leadership of 
the association including paid and voluntary staff. We have taken that input into 
consideration and present the following recommended budget for the Johnston Bap- 
tist Association for the associational year 1982-83. 

#200 SALARIES & BENEFITS 

The ministries of the Johnston Baptist Association require that we have at least two 
paid staff members. They are the Director of Missions and the office secretary. The 
paid staff, along with a large number of unpaid staff provide the required leadership 
for the orderly accomplishment of our overall task. The association staff, paid and 
unpaid, is available to assist every church in the association. 



The Budget and Finance Committee, 
Chadwick J. Allen, Tony Braswell, 
Clitus Hinton, Thomas Hupp, 
E.S. Simpson 



Proposed Ministry-Action Report 



1982-83 

JOHNSTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



Budgeted 1982-83 



Budgeted 1982-83 



1. Salaries 

2. Utilities 

3. Insurance 

4. Annuity 



$18,300.00 
3,700.00 
1,805.00 
3,370.00 
1,500.00 

$28,675.00 



$18,667.00 
4,000.00 
2,280.00 
3,522.00 
2,000.00 

$30,469.00 



5. FICA Taxes 



TOTAL 



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#300 OPERATING EXPENSES: 

The ministries proposed require certain support services through the associational 



office. These services and materials aid the association in effectively carrying out its 


mission and fulfilling its purpose. 






1 . Supplies 8c Postage 


$ 2,500.00 


$ 2,700.00 


2. Building 8c Equipment needs 


2,300.00 


1,800.00 


3. Utilities (building) 


2,050.00 


2,200.00 


4. Insurance (building) 


300.00 


300.00 


5. DOM Travel 


2,700.00 


3,000.00 


6. DOM Conventions 8c Conference 


1,200.00 


1,200.00 


7. Associational Promotion 


250.00 


250.00 


8. Budget Promotion 




200.00 


TOTAL 


$11,300.00 


$11,650.00 



#400 ANNUAL MEETING: 

The constitution requires that the association meet in annual session. This meeting 
is so vital to Baptist life that none of us would want to be without it. From all 51 com- 
munities, we meet to worship, fellowship, report, preach and learn new information 
helpful to all the churches. The annual meeting requires a Book of Advance Repor- 
ts, speakers, clerk, historian and published minutes of the business and reports. 
These minutes and tables in the annual are used by churches, associations, officers, 
Baptist State Convention, Southern Baptist Convention, educational institutions, de- 
nominational and public libraries, and historical societies. The annual meeting is a 
review of what we have done, a projection of where we are going and a call to re- 
newed dedication to Christ and to missions in the association, state, nation and the 
world. 

1. Publishing Annuals $ 750.00 $ 750.00 

2. Speakers 100.00 150.00 

3. Clerk 200.00 200.00 

4. Historian 300.00 400.00 

TOTAL $ 1,350.00 $ 1,500.00 

#500 ORGANIZATIONS: 

The association exists for the benefit of the churches which constitute her member- 
ship. The four organizations listed below are available to assist any church in the 
association in their respective areas of ministry. Missions, Bible Study and Church 
Training are vital functions without which our work would not succeed. Churches 
are urged to use these organizations to assist in their individual local ministries. 

1. Woman's Missionary Union $ 750.00 $ 750.00 

2. Brotherhood 1,000.00 750.00 

3. Sunday School 435.00 435.00 

4. Church Training 200.00 200.00 

TOTAL $ 2,385.00 $ 2,135.00 

#600 PROGRAMS: 

Additional assistance is available to each church within the association through 
the following programs. Through these programs associational leadership is able to 
provide interpretation of the convention programs, and also assist the churches in 
adapting them to their needs. As with the organizations, the programs of the associa- 
tion are available to every church. Valuable information and worthwhile training 
are available to our churches through these programs. 



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1. Music 

2. Evangelism 

3. Vacation Bible School 

4. Mission Ministries 

5. Leader Training 

6. Youth Ministry 

7. Library/Media Center 

8. Senior Adult Ministry 

9. Stewardship Development 

10. Seminary Extension 

11. 1984 World Missions Conference 

TOTAL 



$ 100.00 
100.00 
200.00 
250.00 
500.00 
300.00 
150.00 
150.00 
100.00 
200.00 
1,500.00 

$ 3,550.00 



$ 100.00 
200.00 
200.00 
250.00 
500.00 
300.00 
100.00 
150.00 
100.00 
200.00 
1,500.00 

$ 3,600.00 



#700 MISCELLANEOUS; 

Non-Budgeted items 50.00 50.00 

TOTAL BUDGET $46,310.00 $49,404.00 

This recommended Ministry- Action Budget for the associational year 1982-83 is an 
increase of only $2,094.00 over the 1981-82 budget. Your Budget Committee feels this 
is a reasonable budget and one which will enable our association to function effec- 
tively without putting undue stress on anyone. We would encourage every church to 
include the association in its budget at a level equal to three percent of its undesig- 
nated income. 



Chad Allen, Chairman 
Budget and Finance Committee 



32. Tony Braswell gave the Treasurer's report and thanked the association for the 
privilege of serving as treasurer. 

Johnston Baptist Association Income 

Ocotber 1, 1982 - October 8, 1982 



Churches 


Contributions 


Churches 


Contributions 


Antioch 


$ 265.00 


Live Oak 


$ 710.00 


Baptist Center 


200.00 


Micro 


200.00 


Baptist Tabernacle 


1,100.00 


Middlesex 


622.65 


Benson 


1,866.23 


Newton Grove 


100.00 


Benson Grove 


50.00 


Noble's Chapel 


375.00 


Bethany 


300.00 


North Smithfield 


200.00 


Bethesda 


787.49 


Oliver's Grove 


250.00 


Beulah 


283.20 


Parrish Memorial 


664.83 


Blackmon's Grove 


290.00 


Pauline 


669.18 


Burnell 


200.00 


Pine Level 


1,267.00 


Calvary 


565.61 


Pisgah 


800.00 


Carter's Chapel 


325.00 


Pleasant Grove 


701.59 


Cedar Grove 


350.00 


Princeton 


766.70 


Clayton First 


3,300.00 


Sardis 


500.00 


Clydes Chapel 


800.00 


Selma 


1,871.50 


Corinth 


499.92 


Sharon 


1,272.00 


Crestwood 


1,037.26 


Shiloh 


270.00 


Faith 


362.00 


Smithfield, First 


3,600.00 


Four Oaks 


1,300.00 


Steven's Chapel 


464.83 



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Trinity 


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Hillside 


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1 340 fiQ 

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IJ.00Q s orove o/.du 


Wilcrkn'« Mills 

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1 ,31U.30 


Tnneshnrn 121 00 


Rantist Staff* Convention 


1 300 00 


Kenly 165.00 


West Virginia Project 


2,785.84 


Lee's Chapel 468.00 


Non-budgeted Income 


3,198.93 




Total Receipts for year 


$47 872 17 


Johnston Baptist Association Disbursements 




1981- 


1982 






Budgeted 


Disbursed 


200 SALARIES & BENEFITS 






1. Salaries 


$18,300.00 


(1 ft itct no 


2. Utilities 


3,700.00 


9 7an oi 
3, / 3U. Ol 


3. Insurance 


1,805.00 


1,830.46 


4. Annuity 


3,370.00 


3,369.84 


5. FICA taxes 


1,500.00 


1,530.56 


300 OPERATING EXPENSES 






1 . Supplies & Postage 


2,500.00 


9 fi7Q 17 


2. Building Needs 


2,300.00 


ono 99 


3. Utilities (building) 


2,050.00 


9 no.^ to 


4. Insurance (building) 


300.00 


okk nn 


5. DOM Travel 


2,700.00 


2,751.76 


6. DOM Convention & Conferences 


1,200.00 


1,200.00 


7. Associational Promotion 


250.00 


219.28 


400 ANNUAL MEETING 






1 . Publishing Annuals 


750.00 


7nx ok 


2. Speakers 


100.00 


100.00 


3. Clerk 


200.00 


200.00 


4. Historian ( + $20.00 gift) 


300.00 


330.40 


100 ORflANT7ATTONS 






1 Wntnan's lVf icsinnaTV T T n i nn 


750.00 


31 9 fil 
313.01 


A* Jt> 1 UU1CI 11UUU 


1 000 00 

1 , VI viz. vl/ 


356.60 


3. Sunday School 


A9.K nn 


388.51 


4. Church Training 


9nn nn 


192.22 


600 PROGRAMS 






1 . Music 


100.00 


19 £n 


2. Evangelism ( + $25.00) 


100.00 


i an ftK 
13U.ua 


3. Vacation Bible School 


200.00 


i9i; Tn 
140. /u 


4. Mission Ministries 


250.00 


199 9fi 


5. Leader Training 


500.00 


371 9fi 

Oil. £,\t 


6. Youth Ministry 


300.00 


91 1 fin 


7. Library/Media Center 


150.00 


3.0U 


8. Senior Adult Ministry 


150.00 


13 Aft 

13. OO 


9. Stewardship Development 


100.00 




10. Seminary Extension 


200.00 




11. 1984 World Mission Conference 


1,500.00 




700 MISCELLANEOUS 






Non-budgeted Items 


50.00 


50.00 


BUDGET TOTAL _ m 


$47,310.00 


$49,404.00 



800 NON-BUDGETED ITEMS 

1 . Backyard Bible Clubs & Migrant Missions 

2. Refund overpayment 

4. West Virginia Missions 

5. Deacon Banquet 

6. Memorial Fund 

7. S.S. Training School 



1,300.00 
1,000.00 
2,785.84 
1,211.00 
666.00 
354.75 



1,187.50 
1,000.00 
2,649.34 
1,185.06 
378.92 
344.71 



$ 7,317.59 



$49,282.37 



Balance in checking account October 1, 1981 

Plus deposits 

Less disbursements 

Balance in checking account October 8, 1982 
Savings account balance October 8, 1982 
Balance on hand October 8, 1982 



$ 3,651.23 
47,872.17 
49,282.37 

$ 2,241.03 
4,419.47 

$ 6,660.50 



Tony Braswell, Associational Treasurer 



33. Willard Brown gave the Digest of Church Letters report and the report of the 
General Board of the Association. 



The General Board of the Johnston Baptist Association met four times during the 
year 1981-1982: January 7, March 25, June 25, and September 30. Moderator 
Maurice Grissom presided over all the meetings except in September when Vice 
Moderator Tim Stevens presided over the first part of the meeting. This report gives a 
summary of the highlights of these meetings. 

At the JANUARY meeting, a motion was adopted that March 19-23, 1983, be set as 
the tentative dates for a director-led Sunday School Enlargement Campaign for 
churches in the association. The Nominating Committee report was adopted to elect 
Chad Allen as chairman, Clitus Hinton, E.S. Simpson, Tom Hupp and Tony 
Braswell with Maurice Grissom, ex officio, to serve on the Budget and Finance 
Committee. 

At the MARCH meeting, the report of the Committee on Committees was adopted 
to elect Mark White, Tom Hupp, and Ted Turner to serve on the Ordination Com- 
mittee, replacing three men who had moved from the association. Wayne Pritchard, 
Mrs. William Barnes and Mrs. Hume Creech to serve on the Committee on Special 
Ministries. Danny Poyner to serve on the Time, Place and Preacher Committee, and 
Mrs. Clarence Woodard to serve as chairperson of the Resolution Committee, replac- 
ing Maurice Grissom. The following persons were presented by the Nominating 
Committee and elected: Tom Waits, Sunday School Director; Ken^ Thornton, 
Church Training Director; Mrs. Jan Barry, Woman's Missionary Union Director; 
Doland Humphries, Brotherhood Director; Chris Akers, Library Media Services Di- 
rector; Tom Hupp, Evangelism Director; and Rendell Day, Music Director. The 
dates for the director-led Sunday School Enlargement Campaign adopted in January 
were affirmed. A motion was adopted "that an Ad Hoc Committee be named by the 
Moderator on behalf of the General Board of the Johnston Baptist Association to re- 
search the existence of, and to either advise as needed or develop job descriptions for: 
(1) Director of Missions (2) associational secretary (3) associational general officers (4) 
associational standing committees and (5) program directors for the association. The 
result of the committee's work is to be presented in writing to the General Board at its 
June 1982 meeting. The size of this committee will be left to the descretion of the 
Moderator." 



Report of the General Board 



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The matter of electing a Personnel Committee was referred to the Constitution 
Committee. 

At the JUNE meeting, a motion was adopted that meeting places for Woman's 
Missionary Union be planned by the association office for five years in advance and 
carried in the Book of Reports. 

The proposed Ministry Action budget for 1982-83 was approved. 

Two proposed constitutional amendments were approved: an addition to Article 
VII, Section 2, line 4 and an addition to Article VIII. 

On recommendation of the council who had met with the representatives of the 
Calvary Baptist Church of Selma, that church was received under watchcare, to be 
presented for membership at the October annual session of the association. 

At the SEPTEMBER meeting, proposed amendments to the constitution were ap- 
proved in Article III, Line 1, Article VIII, Section 1, and Article VII, Section 4. The 
Ad Hoc Committee was granted permission to present its report to the annual meeting 
of the association. 



Willard A. Brown, Associational Clerk 



34. Doland Humphries presented the report of the Committee on Nominations 
which had been adopted by the General Board, with the exception of the Brother- 
hood Director who, on his motion, was duly elected. 



Committee on Nominations 1982-83 



SUNDAY SCHOOL: 

Director Tom Waits 

Outreach Director Tom Hupp 

V.B.S. Director John Wilkinson 

Preschool Director - Rochelle Hupp Youth - Edgar Whitlock 

Younger Children - Mrs. J.H. Mauney Adult Director - 

Middle Children - Sandra Norris Joe Jones 

Older Children - Jackie Jones Ted Turner 

CHURCH TRAINING: 

Director Kenneth Thornton 

New Member Training Director Rebecca Thornton 

Preschool Director Sylvia Hinnant 

Childrens Director Patsy Adcock 

Youth Director Dan Simmons 

Adult Director Tom Herndon 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION: 

Director Jan Barry 

Assistant Director Jean Hinton 

Baptist Women Director Shirley Byrd 

Assistant Baptist Women Director. . . Selmadine Tart 

Baptist Young Women Director Linda King 

Assistant Baptist Young Women Director Gloria Parrish 

Mission Action Director La Verne Braswell 

Mission Support Director Millie Norris 

Secretary Jeanette Lassister 

Acteens Director Flora Wood 

Assistant Acteens Director Dorothy Creech 

G.A. Director Cora Humphries 

Assistant G.A. Director 

Mission Friends Director Carmen Creech 



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Assistant Mission Friends Directors Rochelle Hupp 

Group I Leader Dorothy Driver 

Group II Leader , Gertrude Edwards 

Group III Leader Bessie Brown 

Group IV Leader Ruby Creech 

Group V Leader Madge Compton 

Group VI Leader Shirley Banks 

Group VII Leader Nadine Wells 

Group VIII Leader Jane Dean 

BROTHERHOOD: 

Director Doug Humphries 

Baptist Men Director Ben Parker 

Foreign Mission Coordinator Dickie Parrish 

Home Mission Coordinator Mike Chandler 

State Mission Coordinator Tony Braswell 

Royal Ambassador Director Jerry Durham 

Pioneer Counselor Joe Jones 

Crusader Counselor Wayne Batten 

Recreation Committee John Hatch, Chairman, Dickie Parrish, 

Wayne Batten, Joe Jones, Jerry Durham, 
Doug Humprhies, Larry Ingram 

MUSIC: 

Director Clara Whitlock 

Adult Director Bruce Johnson 

Youth Director Mrs. Richard Moore 

Childrens Director Darle Peedin 

EVANGELISM: 

Director Tom Hupp 

Assistants to the Director Chad Allen, Danny Poyner, 

Danny Hinnant, Chuck Poole, Steve Scarborough 

LIBRARY SERVICES: 

Director Chris Akers 

Doland Humphries, Chairman 
Nominating Committee 



35. The following officers were nominated, and on consecutive motions by Hoyt 
Lock were duly elected by acclamation: Moderator - Maurice Grissom; Vice Modera- 
tor - Tim Stevens; Treasurer - Hubert Allen. 

36. Don Price gave the Time, Place and preacher report and moved its adoption. 
The motion was seconded and adopted. 



Time, Place, Preacher Report 

Your committee presents the following report: 
Time: Monday, October 17, 1983 

Tuesday, October 18, 1983 
Place: Monday, October 17, Princeton Baptist Church 

Tuesday, October 18, First Baptist Church, Smithfield 
Preacher: Rev. Thomas Hupp, Wilson's Mills Baptist 
Alternate Preacher: Rev. Thomas Herndon, Hocutt Memorial 

James Rose, Chairman of Committee 



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37. Tom Hupp gave the report of the Committee on Committees and moved its 
adoption except the Personnel Committee. His motion was seconded and adopted. 
(See Associational Directory.) 

38. Hoyt Lock brought four constitutional amendments and moved their adoption 
one by one. Each motion was seconded and approved. 

Report of the Constitution Committee 

AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION 

Article III - Membership (Changing line one only). 
NOW READS: 

The membership of the association shall be composed of messengers from the affili- 
ated churches. 
CHANGE TO READ: 

The membership of the association shall be composed of churches who are repre- 
sented by messengers to the association from the affiliated churches. 

Article VII Section 2 Line 4 
NOW READS: 

"The Vice Moderator will preside in the absence of the Moderator." 
CHANGE TO READ: 

"The Vice Moderator shall preside in the absence of the Moderator and shall serve 
as chairman of the Committee on Committees. " 
RECOMMENDATIONS: 

1. Ammend Article VIII Section 1 by deleting "Special Ministries Committee," 
Committee on Publicity and Public Relations, and Youth Ministries Committee and 
by adding Personnel Committee. 

2. Ammend Article VII Section 4 by adding "Associational Youth Director." 

Hoyt Lock, Chairman of Committee 

39. Tom Hupp moved the election of the Personnel Committee. The motion was 
seconded and adopted. (See Associational Directory.) 

40. Rendell Day led the congregation in singing "Leaning on the Everlasting Ar- 
Arms." 

41. Doland Humphries brought two nominations; these were elected by acclama- 
tion: Historian, Charles Creech; Clerk, Willard A. Brown. 

42. Hoyt Lock gave the Annuity Board report. 

Annuity Board Report 

STATISTICAL HIGHLIGHTS 1982 



Member Accounts 
Retirement Plans and Benefits 

Plan A (church-agency) 19,299 
Fixed Fund (church-agency) 49,103 
Balanced Fund (church-agency) 9,826 
Variable Fund (church-agency) 4,193 
Benefits Paid (retirement & 

variable) $24,298,521.00 
Relief Benefits $4 1 1 , 093 

Relief Recipients 396 



Insurance Members 

♦Health Insurance 23,327 

Group Life (church) 15,666 

Group Life (agency) 19,744 

**Life Benefit Plan 2, 136 

Seminarian Life 1,738 

Seminarian Medical 4,549 



♦Includes churches & agencies 
**Closed to new members 



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NORTH CAROLINA 



As of March 31, 1982, 3,288 staff members of 2,316 churches and associations are 
participating in the Southern Baptist Retirement Program. 
As of March 31, 1982, we had processed the following: 

70 - Southern Baptist Retirement Program applications 
14 - applications for age retirement benefits 
501 - retirement program upgrades 
The church's response to upgrading the staff member's retirement program con- 
tinues to be encouraging. Ten (10%) percent of his/her annual compensation (salary, 
housing allowance, auto allowance, etc.) should be the minimum. In 1981 North 
Carolina reported 1,032 upgrades! 

Six (6) Video Tapes are now available for churches and associations to assist in un- 
derstanding the protection programs of the Annuity Board. Order from the Film 
Library, Baptist State Convention. 

VT16-1 "Planning the Rest of Your Life" 
VT16-2 "Retirement - The Way It Is" 
VT16-3 "Purpose and Meaning in Retirement" 
VT16-4 "Mental and Physical Health in Retirement" 
VT16-5 "Continuing Education and Mental Alertness" 
VT16-7 "Route 10: The Road to Financial Security" 

ASSOCIATION 

In Johnston Association 39 churches and 45 staff members are participating in the 
retirement program. Of this number nine are still participating on the minimum of 
$33.34 per month. There is a great need to upgrade this to 10 percent of total salary 
for staff members. We recommend that all church staff members be placed in the re- 
tirement program at 10 percent of total salary. 

Hoyt Lock, Representative 
43. The report on the Baptist Foundation was given by Robert Brooks. 

Baptist Foundation Report 

When it was chartered in 1920, The North Carolina Baptist Foundation was 
charged with the responsibility of promoting the making of gifts, receiving and man- 
aging the gifts, and distributing the income earned from the investment of those gifts 
that those designated causes should be any and all objects and causes of the "Mission- 
ary Baptist denomination." 

Today, the purpose remains the same. Baptist Foundation is the only agency of the 
Baptist State Convention which receives gifts for all Baptist causes: the* colleges, uni- 
versities and seminarians, Baptist Homes and Children's Homes, Baptist Hospital 
and the school of medicine, churches and associations, Foreign and Home Mission 
Boards, special mission offerings, Cooperative Program, and all other concerns of 
Baptists. 

During 1981, new trusts were created and old trusts had additions which together 
totaled $855,991.00 bringing the assets in all trusts to almost five million dollars. 
(Real estate is stated in the assets at the value when given, which is on the books at ap- 
proximately 2.4 million dollars less than the current market value.) 

Through the trusts created prior to 1981, investments earned $418,529.70 during 
1981 for distribution to beneficiaries named by the trust donors. During the years of 
the Foundation's existence, the sum of $2,610,299.00 has been distributed to all bene- 
ficiaries of trusts held by the Foundation, all according to the instructions provided 
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The objective and future plans of the Foundation are summarized in a brief 
phrase - promoting mission support through estate stewardship. Through confer- 
ences and seminars, through counseling with individuals and speaking to church 
groups, the Foundation will continue to support North Carolina Baptists in their ef- 
forts to become better managers and stewards of their material possessions. Through 
its role as trustee agency, the Foundation will serve North Carolina Baptists by en- 
abling them to enjoy Christian stewardship in its fullest sense - even after death. 

Robert Brooks, Representative 

44. Mrs. Grace Smith gave the report on Christian Higher Education. Ms. Cleo 
Perry spoke for the Baptist Schools, especially Meredith, where she serves on the 
staff. Tom Hupp brought greetings from Chowan College. Maurice Grissom spoke 
for Wake Forest University, urging churches to write to Richard Smith, Statistical 
Department, Baptist State Convention, Raleigh, to request that Wake Forest get its 
proper percentage of the church's cooperative program gifts. 

Christian Higher Education Report 

North Carolina Baptists have founded and continue to support seven colleges and 
universities. (This number is second only to Texas, which sponsors eight Baptist 
schools.) What are the names of the North Carolina Baptist colleges, and where are 
they located? Perhaps calling the roll will prove helpful. Imagining a map of the 
state and reading from left to right, the Baptist colleges are: Mars Hill, in the moun- 
tains 18 miles north of Asheville, in the town of Mars Hill; Gardner-Webb, in the 
town of Boiling Springs, nine miles from Shelby and not far from the South Carolina 
border; Wingate, 30 miles east of Charlotte, in the town of Wingate, also near the 
South Carolina line; Wake Forest, in the centrally located city of Winston-Salem; 
Meredith, in the capitol city of Raleigh; Campbell, 30 miles south of Raleigh, in the 
town of Buies Creek; and Chowan, in the northeast town of Murfreesboro, and not 
far from the Virginia state line. 

During the 1981-82 school year, there were 15,798 students and 1,768 faculty and 
staff comprising the human side of the seven schools. Foreign students numbered 224 
from 57 countries and territories. North Carolina Baptist college students are prepar- 
ing for a variety of vocations, for example: church-related vocations, 665; teaching, 
1,314; medicine (including nursing), 1,329; law, 961; social work, 384. Approximate- 
ly 9,700 students received financial aid. The seven colleges have practiced the minis- 
try of Christian education for a cumulative total of 757 years. These colleges are 
proud of their Baptist heritage and are wanting to be effective missions partners with 
the churches. 

The business of Baptist colleges is the education of young people. This is the pri- 
mary service provided by the colleges to the churches. The college presidents have 
asked that the churches — pastors and lay people alike ~ help them by pointing young 
people from the churches toward Baptist colleges. Often there are Baptist youth who 
would prefer a Baptist college, but who fail to apply out of the belief that they cannot 
afford the cost. It is often the case that a person can attend a Baptist school as inex- 
pensively — sometimes more inexpensively, depending upon the aid available — as he 
or she can attend a state institution. 

For students, for generous support through the Cooperative Program and for a 
meaningful place in the great mission to the world, your Baptist colleges are grateful. 

Grace Smith, Representative 



45. Kenneth Thrasher gave the report of the Christian Life Committee. 

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Report of the Christian Life Committee 



The Christian Life Committee along with the North Carolina Christian Life 
Council seeks to promote Christian moral development in the areas of family life, 
human relations, citizenship, daily work, peace with justice and to focus Baptist con- 
cern on the moral dimensions of television programming, hunger, pornography, vio- 
lence, gambling, public education, alcohol and drugs. 

The following statement from the Christian Life Commission Report of 1982 indi- 
cates the relations of public morality to our personal salvation: "Public morality 
flows out of personal morality and personal morality issues in public morality. The 
two go together. The current moral scene is an immense challenge to Southern Bap- 
tists who are responsible under God for standing fast personally and for working 
faithfully in support of the righteousness which demonstrates the authenticity of 
every Christian's right relationship to God and without which no nation could long 
endure. The Christian Life Commission's work in the whole arena of applied 
Christianity has been done in the conviction that doing the gospel is an integral part 
of the ongoing life and work of the people of God." 

World Hunger continues to be a cause of great concern. The World Bank reports 
that 800 million people around the world live on income of less than $70.00 per year. 
In India alone, as many as 200 million people subsist on annual incomes of less than 
$40.00. The hungry challenge Christians with God's command to love one another at 
the deepest level, a life-changing level (1980 annual, B.S.C. ofN.C). Our Johnston 
Baptist Association churches are encouraged to continue what they do for world 
hunger and to increase the offerings for this as much as possible. 

In our local area, migrant workers provide a challenging opportunity for service 
through love. How are we to help? The Baptist State Convention Christian Life 
Council offers a relevant statement: "No matter how one looks at the migrant farm 
worker situation in this county, the facts are not pretty. Farm workers are often illit- 
erate, unhealthy, and ill-housed . . . Southern Baptists must minister to migrant farm 
workers. The need is evident, the command of God is clear. Acknowledging this, 
where do Baptists start? The first step is attitude . . . For the church to minister to the 
migrant farm worker, an acceptance of them as human beings of value is the first 
step. Churches can provide emergency food and clothing, conduct V.B.S. for chil- 
dren, begin Bible studies, teach literacy classes, encourage personal hygiene, distri- 
bute health kits." The work of Johnston Baptist Association churches in this area is 
commendable but needs to be expanded. 

It is disturbing to notice that in supermarkets, convenience stores, drug stores and 
other places the most blatantly pornographic materials openly displayed and availa- 
ble to everyone's inspection and purchase including adolescents. Often these stores 
are run by local citizens of the community who respond to a request by Christian 
people to discontinue this kind of poisonous merchandise. The churches are encour- 
aged to confront this problem, possibly by passing resolutions concerning this in busi- 
ness meetings and sending reports of this action to offending merchants. 

Kenneth Thrasher, Representative 
46. Edgar Whitlock read his report on Christian Literature. 

Christian Literature Report 

From ignorance, indifference and narrow vision which often characterized the 
eighteenth century Baptist in Johnston County, the churches have risen to the fore- 
front in teaching the Gospel. They could not have done it had there not been the 
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evangelical literature. Today's, approximate 8,000 students enrolled in Sunday 
School are taught from literature written by some of the most dedicated Christian 
writers, and is carefully edited, as well as doctrinally sound. This attractive litera- 
ture not only employs but suggest ways the teacher can use the latest techniques in 
teaching. 

The Biblical Recorder is the official news publication of our state. Marsh Grant, 
the editor, retired September 31. R.G. Puckett has succeeded him. He has served as 
editor of two other Baptist state papers. He comes to us from the position of Executive 
Director of Americans United for the Separation of Church and State. Puckett comes 
at a time when the mailing cost has just increased 160 percent with another increase 
anticipated. Your prayer and support will be needed. Try the every member plan. 

L. Edgar Whitlock, Representative 

47. The presiding officer called attention to the report on Baptist Homes. 

Baptist Homes Report 

The past year in our North Carolina Baptist Homes has been a good one. We have 
had 45 persons admitted to the ministry of our homes and apartments. This repre- 
sents 98,065 days of special care for an average daily population of 269 persons. The 
Lord's blessings continue to be poured out upon us. 

Great things are in store for our homes as we look to the Lord, to North Carolina 
Baptists, and to the future! The Trustees made a decision of far-reaching signifi- 
cance at their May meeting in approving a Capital Funds Campaign. The existing 
needs at the Hayes Home and the Nursing Unit in Winston-Salem present a primary 
challenge of this campaign. With success, we will be well on our way to adding 
much-needed nursing care beds, and resident room. We will also be able to provide 
much-needed upgraded services in relation to our present Nursing Unit, and also 
construct a desperately-needed Administration Building. We covet your prayers for 
the success of this effort. 

Our major concern presently in our homes' ministry is in regard to our benevolent 
care, assisting those who need supplementing financially. Gifts through the Coopera- 
tive Program and the North Carolina Missions Offering go a long way in undergird- 
ing those who cannot pay the full cost of care. These gifts, totalling $516,804.00, pro- 
vided 57 percent of benevolent care. They many residents who will be looking to the 
Baptist Homes' ministry for their care and the 43 percent short fall in mission gifts 
will place increasing demands on the already over-taxed benevolent funds. Also, 
many persons on the Homes' waiting list who cannot pay the full cost of care may 
have a longer period to wait because of limited benevolent funds. 

We believe, therefore, that is you know the need, you will respond to it by the in- 
creasing support that you will give through the Cooperative Program and through 
the North Carolina Missions Offering. We will be looking to the Lord and to you to 
help us continue to be the benevolent ministry that we have always been. 

We love you, and we thank you for your love, your gifts, and your prayers. As 
Abraham was about to deliver the fatal blow to his son, Isaac, he asked, "Father, 
where is the sacrifice?" Whereupon Abraham replied, "God will provide!" And so 
He did ! And so, we believe that you will provide ! 

John Wilkinson, Representative 

48. Tim Stevens gave the Baptist Hospital report. 



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Baptist Hospital Report 



Believing that North Carolina Baptists have a right and a responsibility to know as 
much as possible about their institutions, we submit the following information on 
Baptist Hospital in the hope that it will be of some interest and help. 

With 673 beds in use, the hospital admitted 23,350 patients during the past year 
and provided a total of 210,000 days of patient care. There were 65,381 additional 
visits to the hospital's outpatient clinics and the emergency room. These patients 
come from across North Carolina, from other states, and even from other countries to 
receive the specialized hospital care which our institution offers. 

Many of these patients received traditional types of hospital and medical care, but 
others benefited from new procedures: (1) a new method of delivering anti-cancer 
drugs by means of an "infusion pump," which is implanted in the patient somewhat 
like a pacemaker for heart patients. For many patients this has proven to be a more 
effective and more convenient form of chemotherapy. (2) A new type of x-ray film. 
This method uses less radiation and requires less dye than standard angiography. It 
also requires less time and can sometimes be done on an outpatient basis. It is expected 
that this method can eventually be used in many areas of the body where x-rays are 
required. (3) A new types of dialysis for patients with kidney disease called "continu- 
ous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis," which involves leaving a special fluid within the 
peritoneal cavity for several hours while impurities (normally removed by the kid- 
ney) are taken from the blood. This type of dialysis not only frees the patient from 
dependence on a machine but is also less expensive than the more conventional forms 
of dialysis. 

The Pastoral Care Department continues to provide a pastoral ministry to both in- 
patients and outpatients and to their families. During the past year, chaplains made a 
total of 48,209 visits with patients. They provided 923 "on-call ministries" and led 
262 worship services in Davis Chapel. The Pastoral Counseling Division provided 
8,684 hours of counseling for 855 persons. A total of 63 students were enrolled in vari- 
ous levels of clinical-pastoral education. The Winston-Salem center and also the 
satellites in Fayetteville, Raleigh, Morganton, and Charlotte all continued to experi- 
ence growth both in the types of services provided as well as in the number of people 
served. 

During the year, our hospital again received a two-year approval by the Joint 
Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals. 

Despite many economic pressures, our hospital continues to operate in the black. It 
has recently adopted a budget for the new fiscal year which for the first time exceeds 
$100,000,000.00. 

Gifts from churches during the past year through the Cooperative Program 
amounted to $479,997.00 and through the North Carolina Missions Offering and 
designated gifts totalled $345,765.00 We are indeed grateful to the churches and their 
members for this continuing fine financial support. 

Tim Stevens, Representative 
49. Mrs. Carolyn Tharrington gave the report on the Baptist Children's Homes. 

Baptist Children's Homes Report 

The primary purpose of the Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina, Incor- 
porated is to minister to children and families who need the services we offer. Our 
main goal is to rehabilitate families. 

All services of the Baptist Children's Homes are available through the Raleigh 



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Family Services Center. These services include: Group living on four campuses, 
foster care, therapeutic camping, maternity care, emergency care, social work serv- 
ice, care for children in need of specialized assistance, college and technical educa- 
tion, a demonstrational program of preschool child care and development: counsel- 
ing and professional services to families, and assistance to churches and associations 
in parent education and family living through the Family Resource Center. 

The Baptist Children's Homes has affected the lives of more than 5,000 people 
during the past 12 months. With more than a dozen programs of care and with serv- 
ices being offered by 25 locations across North Carolina. Baptist can be confident 
that the Baptist Children's Homes is seeking every means possible to serve needy 
people in Christ's name. 

The quality of life for our children has been enhanced this year by the addition 
of a therapeutic recreation team. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Martin have a fine background 
that will enable them to help our staff statewide to plan and provide recreation with 
purpose. They work out of Thomasville. 

A new 16mm 30 minute film was released in July called "You Needed Mee" and is 
available for use in our churches. Contact the Children's Homes to schedule this in- 
spiring, instructive film. 

We are grateful for the continuing support of our fellow Baptists through the Co- 
operative Program, the North Carolina Missions Offering and designated gifts. Like 
everyone else, we are being affected by short-falls in anticipated income. Programs 
have to be adjusted but we are careful to maintain quality care for those whom we 
serve. 

Leonard Gerrald is the Director of the Raleigh Area Family Services Center with 
offices in the Raleigh Associational Office. He is responsbile for Children's Homes' 
service in Wake, Johnston, Lee, Chatham, Orange, Durham, Franklin, Nash, Per- 
son, Granville, Vance and Warren counties. 

Carolyn Tharrington, Representative 

50. Rendell Day led the assembly in singing "Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus." 

51. With Moderator Grissom presiding and with the approval of the Resolutions 
Committee, Kenneth Thornton read a resolution, moved that it be adopted and that 
copies be sent to legislators from Johnston County and to the Governor's Task Force, 
on drunken driving. The motion was seconded and adopted unanimously. 



Drunken Automobile Drivers 

Kenneth D. Thornton, Pastor, Bethesda Baptist church 

WHEREAS, during the 11-year period of 1970-1980, 3,634 people killed in motor 
vehicle accidents were under the influence of alcohol. Six hundred fifty-one (651) 
others had been drinking. Two thousand five hundred seventy (2,570) were sober, 
innocent victims, and 

WHEREAS, for each person killed in an accident involving a drinking driver, 
approximately 83 others were injured, and 

WHEREAS, alcohol related motor vehicle accidents are now the leading cause of 
death in the 16-24 old age group in North Carolina, and 

WHEREAS, North Carolina is now the third state in the nation in the number of 
DUI arrests, being surpassed only by California and Texas, and 

WHEREAS, during the years of 1977-1980, the number of persons convicted of 
DUI (Blood alcohol of .10 or more) has progressively decreased from 63 percent to 55 
percent. During the same period, the number of DUI arrests have increased, and 

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WHEREAS, there is a wide variation in the conviction rate of a proven drunken 
driver from county to county, and from year to year within a given county, and 

WHEREAS, it has been repeatedly demonstrated that the Breathalyzer Test of 
Blood Alcohol accurately reflects a driver's ability to operate a motor vehicle, and 
motor vehicle, and 

WHEREAS, several other states have recently passed mandatory sentencing laws 
for DUI, therefore be it 

RESOLVED, that the JOHNSTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION in their eightieth 
annual session strongly urge the State Legislature to take whatever measures are 
necessary to remove the drunken driver from our highways and protect our citizens. 

Kenneth D. Thornton 

52. The Moderator introduced Marse and Marian Grant who spoke in dialogue 
form, reviewing the outstanding news events of North Carolina Baptists during the 
time they served with Charity and Children and the Biblical Recorder. Then they 
spoke of notable personalities during that time and concluded with present day chal- 
lenges and activities. 

53. Maurice Grissom recognized visitors, former Moderators Horace Ricks, Hoyt 
Lock, Kenneth Thrasher, and John Ryberg, and former Director of Missions R.E. 
Moore, who spoke briefly. A standing ovation was given for the Grants. 

54. After announcements about the November 1 World Day of Prayer and the Jan- 
uary Associational Evangelism Conference, made by Mrs. Jan Barry and Tom Hupp 
respectively, Jerry Meeks gave information about the evening meal. The meeting 
closed early, with Harry Edwards leading in the prayer and blessing. 

55. Fellowship and evening meal. 

TUESDAY EVENING 

56. The Moderator called the meeting to order a few minutes early, and the music 
director led in singing "How Firm a Foundation." 

57. Ted Turner read Mark 14:22-25 and II Corinthians 4:1-7, then led in prayer. 

58. Tom Waits gave the Sunday School report using a transparency /tape recorder 
presentation and testimonials by Jackie Johnson and Tommy Pearce. Announce- 
ments followed. 

Annual Report to the Johnston Baptist Association 

FROM: The Associational Sunday School Improvement Support Team 

It is exciting to be a part of Bold Mission Thrust as interpreted in the Sunday 
School work of our association and convention. Many of our Baptist people have al- 
ready become familiar with this 21-year effort by Southern Baptists to share the 
Gospel of Jesus Christ with every person in the world by the year 2000. 

However, many more will need to become involved if this is ever to be more than 
just a slogan. Here in the Johnston Baptist Association we are beginning to see a dif- 
ferent attitude among our churches. More people have been reached for Christ this 
year and we have already heard of dramatic increases in the number of baptisms. 
This is encouraging for those of us engaged in Sunday School work. 

Much of our time this past year has been given to preparing the ASSIST team to 
serve as "8.5 by '85 Representatives," assigning churches and training them to go out 
as resource person to every pastor and church. The 8.5 by '85 emphasis will actually 
begin October 1, 1982 and continue for a three-year period until September 30, 1985. 

Another major emphasis has been the early planning and preparation for our asso- 
ciationwide Sunday School Enlargement/Enrollment Campaign that has been sched- 
uled for March 19-24, 1983. _43_ 



The Presentation Meeting held on July 12 at the Western Steer Family Steak 
House was well attended by our pastors and Sunday School Directors. A follow-up 
Presentation Meeting during the following month reached at least five more 
churhces. The first Preparation Meeting was held September 23 at the association 
building in Selma. At this meeting definite commitments were received from the 
churches. The Church Guide was handed out and Reverend M.W. Chapman led in 
the start of the planning process that will culminate in the March campaign. 

The Associational Sunday School Improvement Support Team has continued to 
make itself available to all of our churches during the year. Team members are eager 
to share their knowledge in their particular age-level whether it be in an association- 
al training school or on a one-to-one basis in the local church. 

They are a dedicated team who are especially trained and equipped to help the 
churches in three major areas of Sunday School work. These areas are: Teaching 
Improvement; Outreach and Administration. They expect no travel or honorarium 
from the church and our team will make every effort to fit your schedule. 

We look to the new year with anticipation and enthusiasm as the time for our Sun- 
day School Enlargement/Enrollment Campaign draws near and new opportunities to 
serve the churches and Sunday Schools of the Johnston Baptist Association are 
opened to us. 

Tom Waits, 

Associational Sunday School Director 

59. The Resolutions Committee report was read by Mrs. Clarence Woodard, Sr., 
who moved its adoption. Her motion was seconded and adopted. 

Report of Resolutions Committee 

Whereas, The annual meeting of the Johnston Baptist Association has been in 
session on October 18 at Trinity Baptist Church and on October 19 at Carter's Chapel 
Baptist Church, and is now nearing its adjournemnt; 

Whereas, The visitors and messengers to the annual meeting have enjoyed the gra- 
cious hospitality of the two host churches, Trinity and Carter's Chapel, and the 
assisting churches which are Bethany, Kenly, Live Oak, Micro, Faith, and Selma; 
and have been inspired by the beautiful special music and the lovely flower arrange- 
ments and ferns, and have been challenged by the committee reports and guest 
speakers; now, therefore, be it 

Resolved, That the messengers to this eightieth session express their deep apprecia- 
tion and gratitude to the two host churches for their gracious hospitality and to all 
the assisting churches; to the Program Committee for planning the informative and 
inspiring program; for every one who had a part on the program; and to the modera- 
tor, Maurice Grissom, and to the clerk, Willard Brown, for their effective guidance 
in helping to make this a successful and memorable meeting. 

That we offer our prayerful support and sincere cooperatio to R. Gene Puckett, 
the new editor of The Biblical Recorder. 

That we support The Bold Mission Thrust with a new zeal and vigor because Jesus 
gave us the Great Commission to go into all the world and make disciples of all 
nations; 

That all of us rededicate our lives to our Creator and Savior, and pledge ourselves 
anew to pray more, to give more, to increase our personal witness that every person in 
this world may hear of HIM. 

Mrs. S.C. Woodard, Sr. 
Chairman of Committee 



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60. Chad Allen presented information about the Calvary Baptist Church of Selma 
which had been received under the watchcare by the General Board, and moved that 
this church, "having met the qualifications for membership, be accepted into the 
Johnston Baptist Association." The motion was seconded and adopted. Pastor El- 
dridge Narron was recognized and welcomed by the Moderator. 

61. The Moderator appointed institutional representatives and the Committee on 
Committees and announced that the "committee to study the format of the annual 
program" would be appointed later. Committee chairmen were requested to meet the 
Moderator at the close of the session. (See Associational Director.) 

62. Mrs. J.R. Overby gave the Memorial report, closing with a poem and silent 
prayer. 

63. The music director thanked Miss June Crumpler for playing the piano, then 
led the congregation in singing "I Stand Amazed in the Presence." 

64. The Moderator introduced John and Joyce Rogers. John led in prayer and 
read Genesis 2: 18ff. 

65. The Carter's Chapel Choir sang "Jesus Is Coming Again." 

66. As the wedding march was played Joyce Rogers joined John on the podium, 
and they quoted the wedding vows after which they gave a very delightful dialogue 
on marriage enrichment and what is required in a good marriage. 

67. After closing remarks by the Moderator, he called the officers to the platform, 
and Tim Stevens led the prayer as the session adjourned. 



Ordination Council Report 

Upon the request of churches in the Johnston Baptist Association, the Ordination 
Council met with four different candidates seeking ordination for the Christian min- 
istry. 

At the request of Pauline Baptist Church, Phillip Deitz was examined, November 
1, and approved. On March 21, Calvin Ray Edgerton was examined on the request of 
Steven's Chapel Baptist Church and approved. On May 16, Steve Morris, a deacon in 
the North Smithfield Baptist Church was examined upon the request of the North 
Smithfield Baptist Church. The committee withheld decision until such time that he 
was called to a pastorate. In each of these cases the candidate was considered doctrin- 
ally sound and fit for ordination. 

The Ordination Council consisted of L. Edgar Whitlock, chairman; Mark White, 
Clerk; Kenneth Thornton, Tom Hupp, Willard Brown, Kenneth Thrasher, Tom 
Herndon, Hoyt Lock, Frank Turner, Bill Norris, Bert Pollett and Dr. Horace 
Ricks, ex officio. 

L. Edgar Whitlock, Chairman of Committee 



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Our Beloved Dead 




ANTIOCH 

Lou Belle Davis 
Ora Mae Creech 
Beatrice Lewis 

BAPTIST CENTER 
Mrs. Emily Barbour 
Mrs. Violet Canady 

BAPTIST TABERNACLE 
S.V. Price (Deacon) 
Warren Jefferys 
Tommie Holder 
Harold Maidon (Deacon) 
Forrest Gordon 
Mrs. Myrtie Holt 

BENSON BAPTIST 

Mrs. Annie Jackson Hodges 
David Wood 

William Michael Matthews 
Reuben D. Hamlet 
Junius G. Lee 

BETHANY 

Dan Pender (Deacon) 
Mrs. Florence Creech 
Mrs. Mildren Eure 

BETHESDA 

Mrs. Geraldine Jones 
Lemuel Jones 
Blake Adams 
Ray Jones 

Mrs. Gertie Thomas 
Mrs. Clyde Hobbs 

BEULAH 

Vonuer Beasley 
Matha Sills 

BLACKMON'S GROVE 
Golden Eldridge (Deacon) 
W.D. Beasley (Deacon) 
Felton Rhodes 
Mrs. Cassie Blackmon 
Mrs. Alice Lee 

BURNELL 

John Henry Johnson 




CARTER'S CHAPEL 
Mrs. Hazel Coley 
Mrs. Elise P. Anderson 
Mrs. Lillian B. Brown 
Joe Johnson (Deacon) 
Malcolm Pearce 

CLAYTON, FIRST 
Max Barbour 
Mrs. Ira Andrews 
Oris Atkinson 
Ralph Coats 
Miss Mary Sue Gulley 
Danny Barbour 
Mrs. E.B. Eason 
Melvin Hill 

CLYDES CHAPEL 
Roy Hollifield 
Mrs. Iva Strickland 
Roy Allen 
Ray Chamblee 

CORINTH 

Miss Mae Griswald 
Rev. James Bock (Pastor) 
Mrs. Violet Bradshaw 
Mrs. Eardine Ciampa 
Mrs. Mabel O'Neal 

FAITH 

Mrs. Beatrice Capps 

Odis Newsome 

Rev. Walter S. Jones (Pastor) 

FOUR OAKS 

Mrs. Clarence Barbour 
Robert Dodd 
George Johnson 
Obed Keen 
Mrs. Fred Sanders 

HALES CHAPEL 

Mrs. Minnie Lee Driver 

HOCUTT MEMORIAL 
Mrs. Ethel Holder 

KENLY 

J. Marion Woolard 
Jesse Howell 



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MICRO, FIRST 
Valton R. Thomas 

MIDDLESEX 

Mrs. Lillie May Brown 
Mrs. Annie Parker 
Billy Corbett 

NEWTON GROVE 
Mrs. Annie Bryan 
Hubert Hayes 

NOBLES CHAPEL 
Tom Boykin (Deacon) 
Mrs. Eva Sharp 
Willie Fulghum 

NORTH SMITHFIELD 
Mrs. Mozelle Hamilton 

OLIVER'S GROVE 
Mrs. Millie Ingram 
Robert Parrish 
Kenneth Smith 
Mrs. Jesse Blackmon 

PARRISH MEMORIAL 
Austin Parrish 

PAULINE 

Mrs. Lydia Allen 
Russel Hayes 

PINE LEVEL 
Mrs. Irma Creech 

PISGAH 

Miss Maybelle Baker 
Joseph Parker 
Ezra Stevens 

PLEASANT GROVE 
Mrs. G.W. (Mary) Lee 
William T. Stephenson 
William Byrd 

PRINCETON 

Wilbur Herman Tart 
Mrs. Henry (Alice) Adams 
Mrs. Minnie Woodall 
Bernard Lee 
Haden Lindsey 
B.O. Yates 

Bruce Tart WILSON'S MILLS 

Mrs. Lola Southerland 



SARDIS 

Carl H. Daughtry 
Mrs. Clara Martley 

SELMA 
Oscar Little 
Mrs. Lucy Sturgeon 
Jim Moore 
Miss Mary Underhill 

SHARON 
Joe Whitley 
Jasper V. Overby 

SMITHFIELD, FIRST 
Lynn Barry 
Carolyn J. Coates 
M.C. Daughtry 
Alma E. Gray 
Harry O. Grose 
Nancy H. Holt 
Maude T. Johnson 
Blunda M. Morey 
Anna H. Morton 
Anna L. Parris 
Elizabeth J. Stallings 
Clarence W. Warrick 
Mrs. Mary E. Medlin 

STEVEN'S CHAPEL 
Mrs. Lor a Peedin 
Almon Mobley 
Hilliard Hatcher 

THANKSGIVING 
Mrs. Ava Ward 
Clyde Green 

TRINITY 

Mrs. Ludie Alford 

W ATKINS CHAPEL 
I.T. Holder 
Arthur Meacombs 
Carver Seawell 

WHITE OAK 
Chester Johnson 
Arlis Andrews 
Mrs. Lucy S. Poole 
James E. Wall 
Stephen Judson Wall 
Mrs. Dennis Wall 




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Historical Events 



(From Digest of Letters) 

ANTIOCH: Beautification of grounds; new roof on educational building; started 

Youth Bible Study and Brotherhood; glass enclosure for church records. 
BENSON: Ministry to Haitians. 
BENSON GROVE: New steeple installed. 
BETHANY: Dedicated parsonage. 

BEULAH: New Sunday School class and Youth Crusaders. 

BLACKMON'S GROVE: Started ministry at Rest Home; installed stained glass win- 
dows and Jordan River mural. 
BURNELL: Aid conditioned educational building. 
CRESTWOOD: Began constructing new sanctuary. 
FOUR OAKS: New lift for handicapped; pew cushions and spotlight. 
HEPHZIBAH: Remodeled Fellowship Building and parsonage. 
LIVE OAK: Started Senior Adult Club and Royal Ambassadors; had summer youth 
worker, Kerry Smith. 

MICRO, FIRST: Dedicated altar set in memory of Reva Mae Batten. 
MIDDLESEX: Designated as Civil Defense shelter by Red Cross. 
NEWTON GROVE: New kitchen and fellowship hall. 
NORTH SMITHFIELD: Ordained Stephen Morris to ministry. 
PAULINE: Ordained Philip Deitz to ministry. 
PLEASANT GROVE: Covered walkway between buildings. 

PRINCETON: Appointed Kelton Hinton B.S.U. Missionary to Togo, Africa; pain- 
ted sanctuary; redecorated vestibule; installed new hearting/air conditioning; fur- 
nished pastor's study; upgraded nursery and children's departments in memory of 
Mabel Johnson Jones. 
SELMA: Pastor and one member went on mission trip to Nevis; Started Church 
Training. 

SHARON: Paid off debt on all church property. 

SMITHFIELD, FIRST: Celebrated Sesquincentennial; renovated fellowship hall, 

new kitchen, began Jail Ministry. 
WATKINS CHAPEL: Purchased cushions for pews; insert woodburning stove for 
parsonage. 

WHITE OAK: Padding on pews in sanctuary. 

WILSON'S MILLS: Paid off debt; had Lay Evangelism School; Gary Chadwick 
Youth Minister; observed Mission Sunday with Peruvian minister. 



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Constitution 



ARTICLE I — NAME 
The name of this association shall be the Johnston Baptist Association. 

ARTICLE II — PURPOSE 

The purpose of the association shall be to counsel together for the enlargement, ex- 
pansion, and strengthening of the work of our Lord in Johnston County and such 
immediately contiguous territory as may be properly included in the judgment of the 
association; to promote unity, growth, and fellowship among the churches, to engage 
in cooperative mission activities which cannot be accomplished by member churches 
acting independently, and to further the spirit of cooperation with the Baptist work 
in general as set forth by the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and the 
Southern Baptist Convention. 

ARTICLE III — MEMBERSHIP 

The membership of the association shall be composed of churches who are repre- 
sentatives to the association from the affiliated churches. The number of messengers 
from each church shall be as follows: four messengers for the first 100 members or 
fraction thereof, and one additional messenger for each additional 100 members or 
major fraction thereof. Such messengers shall be duly certified in the annual letters 
sent by the churches to the annual session of the association. The courtesies of the 
floor may be extended at the discretion of the body to representatives of our denomi- 
national interests, and also to ministers and members of other Christian organiza- 
tions. 

ARTICLE IV — NEW CHURCHES 

Upon recommendation of the Associational Council and upon approval of the 
General Board, new churches may come under the watchcare of the association until 
the next annual session of the association, at which time the new church may be voted 
into the membership of the association by a majority of the messengers present and 
voting. Application for membership into the association shall be filed with the Asso- 
ciational Council six months prior to the annual session of the association. 

ARTICLE V — MEETINGS 

The association shall meet annually beginning on Monday after the third Sunday 
in October at such place as was decided at the preceding annual session. In case of 
emergency, the General Board shall have authority to make changes in either time or 
place of meeting, as may best serve the interests of the association. 

ARTICLE VI — AUTHORITY 

1. The association shall be a cooperative body for the purpose of fellowship, promo- 
tion, and counsel among the churches. It shall in no case control or direct a church 
with reference to its own government or internal policy. However, the association 
may upon invitation of a church send a committee to counsel with and advise that 
church. 



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2. A church may withdraw membership in the association upon presentation of a 
written request. 

3. The association may withdraw a fellowship from a church for a just cause upon 
recommendation of the Association Council and upon approval by the General Board 
and by a majority vote of the members of the association in the annual session present 
and voting. 

ARTICLE VII — OFFICERS 

1 . The general officers of the asociation shall be a Moderator, a Vice Moderator, a 
Clerk, a Treasurer, and a Historian, each selected to a one year term at the annual 
session of the association, a Director of Missions who is not subject to annual election, 
and Trustees who are elected to three-year terms. 

2. The Moderator shall preside over the sessions of the association, act as chairman 
of the General Board, appoint the Committee on Committees, appoint other commit- 
tees as needs arise and shall have general supervision over the work of the association. 
The Vice Moderator shall preside in the absence of the Moderator and shall serve as 
chairman of the Committee on Committees. The Clerk shall record, print and dis- 
tribute the annual of the body and shall serve as secretary of the General Board. The 
Treasurer shall oversee the receiving, recording and disbursement of all association 
funds. The Historian shall record events of historical interest in the work of the asso- 
ciation and shall promote the preservation of associational and church records. The 
Director of Missions shall administer the work of the association according to guide- 
lines adopted by the association and shall give his support to the officers and commit- 
tees of the association. The Trustees shall hold in trust any property, endowment, or 
other securities of the association. 

3. The general officers shall be nominated by the Nominating Committee. The 
committee shall submit is report during a designated business period on the last day 
of the associational annual session. Immediately following the report further nomi- 
nations may be made from the floor. In event of further nominations for an office, 
nominations for that office shall be voted on individually. The newly elected officers 
of the association shall take office upon adjournment of the associational annual 
session. 

4. The directors of the departments of the association shall be nominated by the 
Nominating Committee each year. These shall be associational Sunday School Direc- 
tor, associational Church Training Director, associational Woman's Missionary 
Union Director, associational Brotherhood Director, associational Music Director, 
associational Director of Library Services and the associational Director of Evange- 
lism and the associational Youth Director. The directors of the program services de- 
partment shall be elected by the General Board in the March meeting. They shall 
then meet as a group, with the Nominating Committee to select their slates of officers 
who shall be elected at the June meeting of the General Board. These officers shall 
assume office at the beginning of the associational year. The officers of these organi- 
zations shall constitute the council of the respective organizations. 

ARTICLE VIII — COMMITTEES 

1. At the annual session of the association, the association shall elect the following 
standing committees which shall be nominated by the Committee on Committees: 
Nominating Committee; Committee on Order of Business; Committee on Time, 
Place, and Preacher; Committee on Memorials; Senior Adult Committee; Properties 
Committee; Constitution Committee; Committee on Resolutions; Missions Committe; 
Christian Life Committee; Ordination Committee composed of nine ministers who, 
upon invitation of the local church, may assist the church in examining candidates 



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for the ministry in regard to personal experience and call, Christian doctrine, and 
Baptist practice; and Personnel Committee. The Committee on Committees shall be 
responsible for maintaining the membership of the standing committees. 

2. The Moderator shall appoint individuals to represent the denominational pro- 
grams during the associational year and to make reports at the annual session. The 
denominational programs to be represented are as follows: Baptist colleges, Christian 
literature, the Cooperative Program, Annuity Board, Baptist Foundation, Baptist 
Hospital, Baptist Children's Homes, Homes for the Aging, and the American Bible 
Society. The Moderator working with the Committee on Order of Business, shall have 
the privilege of designating other individuals for the promotion of specific causes as 
such need arises. 

ARTICLE IX — GENERAL BOARD 

1 . The association shall have a General Board which shall be charged with the re- 
sponsibility for carrying on all the business of the association and promoting all work 
authorized by the association in the interim between annual sessions. A report of the 
work of the General Board shall be presented at the annual session of the association. 

2. The General Board shall be composed of either the pastor or interim pastor (pro- 
vided the latter is a member of the church he represents) and one lay member of each 
church elected for a one-year term from October 1 to September 30; the following 
general officers of the association: Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, 
Historian; also the following department officers: associational Sunday School Di- 
rector, associational Church Training Director, and associational Woman's Mission- 
ary Union Director, associational Brotherhood Director, associational Music Direc- 
tor, associational Director of Evangelism, and associational Director of Library Serv- 
ices. 

3. The General Board shall have the following officers: chairman (who shall be 
the Moderator of the association), vice chairman (who shall be the Vice Moderator of 
the association), Treasurer (who shall be the Treasurer of the association), recording 
secretary (who shall be the Clerk of the association). 

4. The General Board shall hold the regular quarterly meetings at a time and place 
it may designate, and such called meetings as the officers deem necessary for stated 
purpose when notice of such meetings has been sent to all members. 

5. The General Board shall have an Association Council composed of the general 
officers and the directors of the departments of the association. The Moderator of the 
association shall serve as a chairman of the council and Vice Moderator shall serve as 
vice chairman and the Clerk shall serve as secretary. 

6. The Associational Council shall meet each quarter prior to the meeting of the 
General Board and in such called meetings as the council officers may deem neces- 
sary. It shall coordinate the work of the association and make recommendations to 
the General Baord about programs and promotion of the work of the association. 

7. The General Board shall elect from its membership a Budget and Finance Com- 
mittee at its first regular meeting of the associational year, of which the Treasurer 
shall be a member. This committee shall survey the needs of the association as pre- 
sented by the organizations, and shall prepare a budget to be submitted for approval 
by the General Board. The budget approved at the June meeting of the General 
Board shall be included among the recommendations of the committee to the associa- 
tion. The Budget and Finance Committee shall also promote the effective operation 
of the current budget in cooperation with associational Treasurer. 

8. The General Board may name such other committees as it may deem wise for 
carrying on its work. 



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ARTICLE X — AMENDMENT OR REVISION 



This constitution my be amended or revised at any annual session of the association 
by a two-thirds (Y3) majority of the messengers present and voting, provided the pro- 
posed amendments or revision shall have been presented in writing to the General 
Board and approved by a two-thirds (34) majority of the General Board present and 
voting; and provided that the proposed amendments or revision shall be presented on 
the first day of the annual session of the association, but shall not be voted on until 
the second day of the session. Any amendments or revision shall take effect immedi- 
ately upon adoption. 

Bylaws 

1. All meetings of the body shall be opened with scripture and prayer. 

2. The fiscal year shall run from October 1 through September 30 and all annual 
reports shall conform to the dates of the fiscal year, and shall project programs for 
the current year. The reports shall be presented by the director for the current year. 

3. The General Board of the association is charged with responsibility of having 
the financial records of the association audited by a competent auditor or accountant 
once each year. 

4. A copy of the minutes shall be sent to the following: all departments and institu- 
tions of the Baptist State Convention; the librarians of the North Carolina Baptist 
colleges and the Southern Baptist Theological Seminaries; secretary of survey and 
statistics; Baptist Sunday School Board, Nashville, Tennessee; American Baptist His- 
torical Society; and other organizations and societies which may desire and request 
them. 

5. The parliamentary law in the government of the association shall be 
ROBER T'SR ULES OF ORDER RE VISED. 



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The 1982 Annual 



of 

The Johnston Baptist Association 
is concluded with the following 
Statistical Tables 
for your further reference. 



Table A - Church Membership 58 

Table B - Sunday School 60 

Table C - Church Training 62 

Table D - Church Music 64 

Table E - Woman's Missionary Union 66 

Table F - Brotherhood 68 

Table G - Total Receipts, Expenditures, Stewardship 70 

Table H - Mission Expenditures 72 

Table I - Special Information 74 



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CM 
(0 


iuaui|0iua Abmv sjinpy 


OOOOOOOO 


oooooooo 


CMOOOOOOO 


s 


(J3A0 pue 09) 
tuauiiojua unpy Joiua$ 


ooo>rooMnn 
CMCM-^CTirororoco 


r-oooooLor-cri 

CM rH rH Lf> rH If) 


HCMfOHfOOO^in 
rH rH CO CM CM CM rH 


s 


(sjbbA 6S 0E) 
)uaui|OJua i|np\/ 


CN(T>vOvDiniHOO 

HHn^rocNinro 


CM rH ID CM rH CM 
rH 


OOvOrOOcTirHO 
CMrHOO^OOCOCMrH 


O) 

to 


(&ieaA 62 i|6noji|| 
uoijenpejZ s h jo sjeaA 62-81) 
paiJjeui~)uaiu|OJua unpy 3uno A 


rorocNj-^rcNooor^ 

H H ^ H H CM 


CM rH rH 


^ooor-co^cri 

rH rH rH rH CM CM 


00 

in 


(sjeaA 62 q6noji|| 
uojienperi s H JO sjeaA 6Z 8L) 
»s3uis — juaiujojua unpy 3unoA 


O^OMJOOinCMCM 
rH H H 


NO^vOfOOOOi 

rH rH 


rH^OOCTiCMOvOm 
rH rH CM rH 




(ZI L sapw3 JO sjesAii zi) 
)uaui|Oiua qjno A 


CO(NO(NO(J>inrO 
rHi— I^PCMCMrHrHrO 


COt^rO^^CrovDO 

rH rH O rH CM 
rH 


OOro^frH^omrO 

rHrHCMCMCNinrHrH 




(91 S3PBJ3 JO SJB3A i i-g) 

)uaui|OJua usjpimo 


vOCOror^OrOC^CM 
rHCM<tfCMCMrHCMrO 


VOvOrOrOVOCM^CO 
rH CM CM 


m in in ro o ^ r** 

CM H CO H 




(sjeaA g q2noji|} i|}Jja) 
)uaui|OJua (ooipsajd 


CMrOrH^COvOOOrO 

rH CM rH rH rH 


otNoo^f^c^ooro 

rH rH CO CO 


mvOCMrHvOvOCMCM 
CM rH rH CM rH rH 


s 


(sjeaA i o) qiJjfl) 
)U3ui|0JU3 ||oy 3|pej3 


iDOOOO^OOO 


OfOOrHOOvOO 

rH 


CO vO CN 


TABLE B SUNDAY SCHOOL 
Johnston 

Year Ending 9/30/82 


CHURCHES 


ANTIOCH 

BAPTIST CENTER 
BAPTIST TABERNACLE 
BENSON 

BENSON GROVE 
BETHANY 
BETHESDA 
BEULAH 


BLACKMANS GROVE 
BURNELL 
CALVARY 
CARTERS CHAPEL 
CEDAR GROVE 
CLAYTON, FIRST 
CLYDES CHAPEL 
CORINTH 


CBESTWOOD 
FAITH 
FOUR OAKS 
HALES CHAPEL 
HEPHZIBAH 
HOCUTT MEMORIAL 
HOODS GROVE 
JONESBORO 



-60- 



oor^ooooo 


OOOOl/IOOCO 
CTi CM 


OOONLOOOOO 
CM CM 
CM 


O CM vO 


oooooooo 


OOOOOOOO 


OOOOOOOO 


o o o 


inOCQCNOOCOiH 
•^r (N t-~ ^J 1 IT) LD 


^mr-vovomroro 

rH 


inocMnuimoocN 

r-OCMCNCOrO'tf^f 

rH CM 


rH CTi CM 

r- cm r- 

rH CM 

ro 


oooooooo 


OOOOOOOO 


OOOOOOOO 

ON 


o o o 


voooncNinLnHoo 

rH CO Li") O rO rH 00 vO 
rH rH rH rH rH 


COrHr-vOrOOCNCN 

nooMnnHOO 

HHHMCMHrOH 


COvOCNOrOI>vOrO 
CTir^ONvOCNt^CO''^ 

rH rH VO rH rH 


220 
206 

7961 


OOOOOOOO 


OOOOOOOO 


OOOroOOOO 


o o in 


OCNCNvDOCTiO"^ 

LniDcovor-uDLO^t 


r-vorocoGNLn-^r^ 

t — Ol O H O lO ^ CO 

rH rH rH rH rH 


CNOrHO^COinrOLD 
, lOvOvOt — ^ LT) CO 

rH rH CM 


110 
112 

4164 


vOCOCOCNrOLOrHCO 

i rY\ i /"\ z -1 \ r*^ i | cf\ if) 
f"l \JU Ll J ^ t * / V"l VA^ VL/ 

rH rH rH rH rH 


OOrHf^vOrOOCMCM 
OO00r~~LT)i — IrHOO 
i— It— It— ICNCsJt— IrOrH 


COvOCNr^cor^vOrO 
O^[^0 > >lDCMt^C0^J , 

rH rH VO rH rH 


220 
206 

7956 


OOOOOOOO 


OOOOOOOO 


OOCMOOOOO 


O O ON 


(NTtfT^CMCNrHCOCN 


o^moom^Lnn 

rH 


■^rrorovoo^rovo 

rH 


CM^ g 
rH 


OOOOOOOO 


OOCMOrHOOO 
rH 


OCMOlDOOOO 
CM 


O O rH 
LO 


OOOOOOOO 


OOOOOOOO 


OOOLOOOOO 


O O r» 

LD 


ONVOONONr-ONCNCM 

rHrHCMCNCNrHCMrH 


OV0C0»— It— ICNLOLO 
«rtt «-H ' r\i v-h rA 1 — * ro 
->g- r—1 V N 1 / I t'l 


OOvOCOOrOOvO 

rH 


O vO ^ 

ro rH VO 
rH 


ovo^rLncT>rHcr>ro 


^rOHt^n^roo 

CM CN VLJ {Jy ^* IN CN 
rH 


rHVOLDCNOONOOON 
^J* 0N rH ^ CM t — 1 CM CM 

rH 


O CO CM 
CO VO CO 
O 
CM 


r-rHC000CMC0CNO\ 

rH CN CM rH rH 


COCMOOlDCOvrjCOVO 
rH CM CM CO CM 


rH CO CM rH rH 


VO rH O 
rH rO 

r- 


rH rH 


OnvOvOOCNOvOCO 
rH rH CM 


inooororovooN 

rH CM rH rH ! 


vO O "tf 

ON 

ro 




OCOCMOCOCMCOCN 

rHCMCM^fCMrHCMrH 


h-OOCN^HHHCN 
rHCMCMVOCMrHrHCM 


cm vo 

ro cm co 
o 

rH 


^■^^CN^fCOCTiCTi 


voinroroinmnn 

CM rH CM CM rH rO rH 


co 

rOCMOMDOOLnvO^ 
CM VO CM 


^ rH ^ 

^ id r- 

ON 




rHCM^CMOOLn^Ln 
rH CM CM CM rH CM 


CN[-»Lr>cococNt--r- 

CM rH rO rH 


O O vO 
cm ro [-- 
vO 


Of-rHOOCNOO 


rHinoor^ooo 

rH 


rHCMI>r0OOr0t> 


O O LD 

o 

rH 


KENLY 

LEES CHAPEL 
LIVE OAK 
MICRO FIRST 
MIDDLESEX 
NEWTON GROVE 
NOBLES CHAPEL 
NORTH SMITHFIELD 


OLIVERS GROVE 
PARRISH MEMORIAL 
PAULINE 
PINE LEVEL 
PISGAH 

PLEASANT GROVE 

PRINCETON 

SARDIS 


SELMA 

SHARON 

SHILOH* 

SMITHFIELD FIRST 
STEVENS CHAPEL 
THANKSGIVING 
TRINITY 
WATKINS CHAPEL 


WHITE OAK 
WILSON MILLS 

TOTALS 

* 1981 FIGURES 



00 


°N=N saA=A 
Apnjs 9UUJ0OQ jsijdeg 


z z Z Z Z Z 


>h z z Z Z >" Z 


zz><zz><zz 


m 


}MUJ|0Jua Bu|U|Ui 
Munqo |B|0i 


oor^c^oo-^o 

IT) t— 1 Ch 


OOOOOCNOO 

m 

iH 


oooooomoo 

CN O 
tH 




l|3JM|3 JO 

(s)uo!$siuj to )uaui|0JU] 


OOOOOOOO 


OOOOOOOO 


OOOOO00OO 
CM 


tt 

00 


)uaui|0Jua sjaoyjo |ejauag 


OOOOOOCMO 


O C_J <_) V_J <wJ t— 1 I — J 

tH 


c~-\ (~\ r*"^ po 


s 


}U3Ul|OJU3 

PIOH 


OOOOOOOO 
tH 


OOOOOOOO 


OOOOOOOO 




)uaw|0JU3 J3i|io 


OOOLDOOOO 


oooooomo 


ooooomoo 

CM ^ 


s 


)U9LU|0JU8 
9|nJ31SEW 


OOOOOOOO 


OOOOOOOO 


OOOOOOOO 




IU3LU||0JU8 

)!» |BA!/uns/ TWO N 


OOOOOOOO 


OOOOOrOCMO 


oor-00000 


00 

r- 


lU3lU|OJU3 

sjajuao Buiddmbg 


OOOOOOOO 


OOOOOOOO 


OOOOOOOO 


i-» 


(J3AOPUB81) 

IU3ui|oju3 j|npv 


OOOOOOCMO 


OOOOOOOO 

CO 


OOOOOCMOO 
tH 


IS 


(Zi L i9ftii jo sjeaX mi) 
)uaui|OJua innoj. 


OOOOOOCMO 
tH t— 1 


OOOOOCNOO 
co 


OOOOOOOO 
tH 


S5 


(9~ I sapejJ jo sjeaX n-g) 
)uaui|0Jua uajp|ii|3 


OOOOOOvOO 
CM 


OOOOOOOO 
iH 


ooooorooo 




(|00I|3S 

ui )ou — japun puc sjcaA 9) 
)uaui|0Jua jooqasajj 


oooooomo 


ooooovooo 


ooooomoo 


TABLE C CHURCH TRAINING 
Johnston 

Year Ending 9/30/82 


CHURCHES 


ANTIOCH 

BAPTIST CENTER 

BAPTIST TABERNACLE 

BENSON 

BENSON GROVE 

BETHANY 

BETHESDA 

BEULAH 


BLACKMANS GROVE 
BURNELL 
CALVARY 
CARTERS CHAPEL 
CEDAR GROVE 
CLAYTON FIRST 
CLYDES CHAPEL 
CORINTH 


CRESTWOOD 
FAITH 
FOUR OAKS 
HALES CHAPEL 
HEPHZIBAH 
HOCUTT MEMORIAL 
HOODS GROVE 
JONESBORO 





2222>h2>^2 


2 2 2 2 2 2 2 


2 2 


ooooooooo 


OOOvOOOvOO 
rH r- 


M-CMHO<OOHO 
VO CO CN CO rH 
rH 


ro vo 

CN ^ CT> 
ON 


oooooooo 


oooooooo 


O O O O O O O 


O O CO 
CN 


OOOrHOOOO 


OOOrHOOrHO 


rOCNt— ilDOOt— lO 


O O rH 

CO 


oooooooo 


oooooooo 


oo^r^-oooo 

rH CN 


ID O VO 
rH CN CO 


oooooooo 


oooooooo 


ooorooooo 


O O CN 

rH 

CN 


o 


o o o o o o o 


oooooooo 


oooooooo 

rH 


O O O 
rH 


oooooooo 


OOOOOOCNO 


OOvOOOOOO 


ON CO CO 

cn r- 


oooooooo 


oooooooo 


OOOOOOOO 

rH 


O O O 
rH 


OOOCMOOOO 
rH 


oooooooo 

in 


cooomoooo 

CNJ VD 


O O ON 
CO 
CN 


ooorooooo 


rH rH 


t~\ t~\ f\ p-4 <"■■> e-\ t~\ 
rH CN 


o o in 

rH 


OOOrHOOOO 


OOOOOOcOO 


VOOOOOOOOO 
rH CO 


O O l> 
ON 


OOOOOOOO 


OOOOOOLDO 


r^oovooooo 


O O ^ 

CO 


KENLY 


LEES CHAPEL 
LIVE OAK 
MICRO FIRST 
MIDDLESEX 
NEWTON GROVE 
NOBLES CHAPEL 
NORTH SMITHFIELD 


OLIVERS GROVE 
PARRISH MEMORIAL 
PAULINE 
PINE LEVEL 
PISGAH 

PLEASANT GROVE 

PRINCETON 

SARDIS 


SELMA 

SHARON 

SHILOH* 

SMITHFIELD FIRST 
STEVENS CHAPEL 
THANKSGIVING 
TRINITY 
WAIKINS CHAPEL 


WHITE OAK 
WILSONS MILLS 

TOTALS 

* 1981 FIGURES 



-63- 



8 


80u8pu3uv 6u|o6uo 

36BJ8AV o\$m ijojnyo 


ill IS 1 U J <w VJJ U 1 

H (N ID CM t— 1 CM 


00 lo 00 ld cm cm c""- 

i-t CN H VD H H 


mocMOiocomcM 

H(NHCMOJ^HH 




iuaui|0jua 


C— i-H CO 00 fO CM 00 
H I s - ro ro ro (N 


HO>MvDO>HOn 
CMiHiHCMtHCOCMCM 


in^omMHvoovo 

CMCOCOCMCOvO-tfi-l 




l|3jni|3 )0 

(s)iiO!$S|iu |0 )uaiu|0JU3 


OOOOOOOO 


OOOOOOOO 


OOOOOOOO 


u> 


insulin ins cisiipsi 

sisnui |ejauag 


co co lo co no co 


COCOiHvOCMCOOCO 




3 


)uaui|0jua 
saiquiasua |e)uauinnsu| 


OOOCOOOCOO 


OOOOOOOO 


oooooomo 


CO 

at 


)uaui|0Jua saiquiasua |eaoA 


O O O wj r* ) v_j in 


/ — s — s s~\ t — "1 (~~\ 

\ ) \ J U \ — ' v— J \S 


OOvDOCMOOO 


Si 


)uaui|0Jita sja2uu iiaqpueH 


OOOOOOOO 


OOOOOOOO 


OOOOOOOO 


5 


(j3*o pue si) 
uiaui|0Jua unpv 


^ r- O CM CM CM LD 
i— 1 r- 1 CM »— t i-H CM »— 1 


HOoohMinoo 

HH 1— 1 CM CM CM 


or^ocoooocM 

CMt— ICMi— ICMCMi— li— 1 


3 


(Zi'L S9pej6 JO SJB9A /L*2l) 
juauj|0JU9 mno;, 


oomnooom 

t— 1 tH t— 1 tH 


voococMomoo 

CM 


oldoo^tooo 

CO l"~ 1 


S 


(9-^ s3pej6 jo sjbsA (.1.-6) 
juauj|0Jua uajpMMQ 


oooor^-cooo 

tH 


»HVOOU*)LOLOOO 
tH 


ovoooomcoo 


s 


(G"l sapBJ6 jo SJB3A 9-9) 
ju3uj|0Jua uajpuMO 


oovooo^ooo 


OOOCMOOOO 


O^fOOOCMOO 


00 


(sjeaA s-f) 
juaui|0JU3 jooipsajd 


OOOVOCMOOO 


ooo-^ocooo 

iH 


OCMOOOCOOO 


TABLE D CHURCH MUSIC 
Johnston 

Year Ending 9/30/82 


CHURCHES 


ANTIOCH 

BAPTIST CENTER 

BAPTIST TABERNACLE 

BENSON 

BENSON GROVE 

BETHANY 

BETHESDA 

BEULAH 


BLACKMANS GROVE 
BURNELL 
CALVARY 
CARTERS CHAPEL 
CEDAR GROVE 
CLAYTON, FIRST 
CLYDES CHAPEL 
CORINTH 


CRESTWOOD 
FAITH 
FOUR OAKS 
HALES CHAPEL 
HEPHZIBAH 
HOCUTT MEMORIAL 
HOODS GROVE 
JONESBORO 



T>OOCMOOCMC0 
HrOMHHHH 


in o (n o o> 

CM CM iH CM VO 


«<3< o in o o cm o 

tH VO tH VO tH iH 
tH 


00 o o 

CM rH O 
tH 

rH 


"F If) CO 1"*" CM 0*> ^ LO 
-KN'* (NrOHHCN 


h vd ro in co h 
iH ro ro ro ro cm rH 
iH 


r^^frHinr^cMi^vo 

CMt—CMtHrHCMtHvO 
CM 


^ CT> ^ 
rH r~- 

r- 

rH 


DOOOOOOO 


O O O O O O O 


o o o o o o o 


O O O 




iH ro CM CM ro ro 


CMrorOOroroCMin 

iH 


cm ro r- 
m 

rH 


DOOOOOOO 


O O O O O O O 


O O O CM O O O 
tH 


OH 

CM 


D-^LOOOOOO 


o o o o o o 


O O O O O O rH 


cm o r- 
ro 


doldooooo 


o o o o o o o 


o cm o o m o 

rH 


O O VO 
VO 


NOOH^rOCM^TH 
HHMHHHHH 


O vO 00 O IT) G\ 
tH tH rH tH CM CM VO 


r^ooooin-d'^rom 

THrHtHrOrHtHrHCM 


o in oo 

CM rH ro 
CO 


rH 


o o in in o o in 

tH rH tH >H 


OCMOCMOOCM00 
tH rH 


o o in 

tH tH 

ro 


DO^OOOOO 


o in o o o o cm 

iH 


VO in O O O O 00 


vo o r» 
vo 

rH 


pomvoooovo 


O ^ O O O O 00 


cNinoroooom 

CM 




DOOOOOOCO 


o o o o o o vo 


OO^OO^OO 
rH 


O O rH 


LEES CHAPEL 
LIVE OAK 
MICRO FIRST 
MIDDLESEX 
NEWTON GROVE 
NOBLES CHAPEL 
NORTH SMITHFIELD 


OLIVERS GROVE 
PARRISH MEMORIAL 
PAULINE 
PINE LEVEL 
PISGAH 

PLEASANT GROVE 

PRINCETON 

SARDIS 


SELMA 

SHARON 

SHIL0H* 

SMITHFIELD FIRST 
STEVENS CHAPEL 
THANKSGIVING 
TRINITY 
WATKINS CHAPEL 


WHITE OAK 
WILSONS MILLS 

TOTALS 

* 1981 FIGURES 



»uauj|0JU8 maim 
BujoOuo jejoi 



vo co co vo <r> tj« cm 
-tfrOrH^rHco^tO 

CM rH 



rOMHCMinOiCNlH 



i|3jni|3- 
|0 : (s)uoissim 



OOOrHOOOO 



oooooooo 



oooooooo 



rHr-CMLDOOOOOvO 



ir>voo>vOt-ir-»cNa> 



sjaaijio nWM 



(J3A0 pue oe) 
U9UI0M isijdeg 



r-voinmoiHcvjo 

COtHCMvOrOiHvOCN 



^cooroooHino 

rH tH CM 1/1 H H 



OfMlTlOOHCM^O 
CM tH IT) CM rH 



($jeaA62i|2noji|i uoijenpejS 
S H JO SJB3< 62 81) 
uaiuoM SunoA jsiideg 



OO^OOOOCM 



MNOOOh^OO 
H H CM rH 



OOOOCMCMOO 
CM rH rH 



fZl-L sapej3 

JO SJB8A LI ZD 
SU33)3V 



OCTiOrOOOvOLfl 



ooovor^ooo 

rH CM 



^ r-oo in cn o o 



(9-i sapejl 
jo sjeaA n g) 
uo;pv ui S|J!0 



OrHCMCMOOCMrH 
CM rH rH rH 



^moa^^inoo 



vd r- o o o o 



(|00I|3S u; }0U 

-jspun pue sjesA g) 
spusuj uoissjft 



oocovoooino 



o^omomoo 

rH rH 



OOhOCOHlDO 



suojiezmeSjo 
jo jsqwnu |ejoi 



HinmvOHHvoro 



10 (S)U0jSS!W 



OOOrHOOOO 



OOOOrHOOO 



oooooooo 



(jsao pue oc) 
U3UI0M isijdeg 



HHHHHOrOrl 



HrlHHOHHH 



(SjeaA 62 (tfnoiiu uouenpejS 
S HJO SJE3A 62 81) 
uauiOM Sunox jsijdeg 



OCMrHOOOOO 



rHrHOOOCOrHO 



OOrHOrHrHOO 



{II I sspej3 
jo sjeaA a 21) 

SU33)3V 



OOrHCMOOrHrH 



rHOOrHrHCMOO 



rHrHrHrHrHrHrHO 



(g-l S3pej3 

JO SJE3A [ i-g) 

uoijoy ui s | Jig 



OCMrHrHOOrHrH 



rHrHOrHrHrHOO 



rHrHCMrHrHrHOO 



(looqos ui }ou— jspun 
pue sjeaA g) 
spuauj uoissiw 



OOrHrHOOrHO 



OrHOrHOrHrHO 



OHHOHHHO 



CO ^ N 



5 v. 

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b^r^mrocMr^ro 

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rOCMrO-^vOCNCOvr 



cr>r-CNOoounmrH 
cor^^rorocM^m 



vO vO 



booooooo 



oooooooo 



oooooooo 



O O tH 



vO 00 O ro ro tH 



^ oj oo <n in o i rH 



LnvorMvorooo^m 



vO vO CO 
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H O tH CO rO CO 



rH ro CM tH 



CMCMOCOCT>COOvO 
CMtHtHtHCMtH^ftH 



[^•OrOvOrOCMtHCM 
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r- co ro 

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bcooooooo 



OOOOC^Or-^ 



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O VO CO 
rH cm 
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oomocoooo 



^ vo oo in o o oo in 



oommoin^M 



O O CO 
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to o o o in o o o 



^mooommmvo 



r-tna»vovoocMvo 

tH CM 



cm co r- 

tH <J\ 
CM 



poot^-^ooo 



cMOOvovoo^tm 



OvOrOCO^OvOvO 

rH CM 



co r- ^ 

tH 

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P0 CN in CM tH 



^rroromincMmin 



^l , coT^ln"^cMln^ , 



in cm 



b o o rH o o o o 



OtHOOOOOO 



orooooooo 



o o r- 



CMtHCMOrHrHtHrH 



HOHrlHrlHrl 



tH rH O 

vO 



O iH O O O O O O 



OOrHOrHOrHrH 



OOOtHtHOrHO 



O rH rH 
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tOOrHOtHOOO 



rHtHrHCMiHOtHrH 



HrlrlrlOHHH 



tH tH VO 

CO 



tHOtHOtHOOO 



tHrHOtHtHtHrHiH 



tHCMtHtHtHOiHiH 



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POrHtHrHOOO 



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ID 00 Ht^ m O 00 00 
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i— i »— i in (n i— i 


mh ro h in iH 1 


CM 
CM 


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cr> o o o o o o cr> 

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SJ33IJJ0 

poogjat|)Ojg lejauaO idi\\o 
pue jopajip pooiijamojg 


OOOOOOfHvO 


OOOOCMCNt-HO 


^fnonoHOin, 


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lemauau Aei jo SwssauijM 
-luauiiojua uaw isiideg 


inooooooo 


oooooooo 


CMCNJOOOOOO 




U0I)3\/ UOjSSjlAI 

-luauiiojua uaw isijdeg 


oooooooo 


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OOOOOCMOO 


00 


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TABLE F BROTHERHOOD 
Johnston 

Year Ending 9/30/82 


CHURCHES 


ANTIOCH 
BAPTIST CENTER 
BAPTIST TABERNACLE 
BENSON 
BENSON GROVE 
BETHANY 
BETHESDA 
BEULAH 


BIACKMANS GROVE 
BURNELL 
CALVARY 
CARTERS CHAPEL 
CEDAR GROVE 
CLAYTON, FIRST 
CLYDES CHAPEL 
CORINTH 


CRESTWOOD 
FAITH 
POUR OAKS 
HALES CHAPEL 
HEPHZIBAH 
HOCUTT MEMORIAL 
HOODS GROVE 
JONESBORO 



o ro O 00 H o o 

CN CM i— 1 


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ro ro <T> 
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rH 


» o o o o o o o 


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tH 


rHOOOOOOO 


O O rH 
VO 


O O O CN O O O 


O^rHrHOrHOO 


CNOOCOrOOOO 


CN O 00 


o o o o o o o 


OOCNOOOOO 


CNOOOOOOO 


o o ro 

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CN 


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rH rO 
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rH rH 


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vOvOOCNOincOCO 
rH rH 


oo^ooi'ooin 

rH 


00 VO Tj* 

rH 

i CN 


LEES CHAPEL 
LIVE OAK 
MICRO FIRST 
MIDDLESEX 
NEWTON GROVE 
NOBLES CHAPEL 
NORTH SMIIHFIELD 


OLIVERS GROVE 
PARRISH MEMORIAL 
PAULINE 
PINE LEVEL 
PISGAH 

PLEASANT GROVE 

PRINCETON 

SARDIS 


SELMA 
SHARON 
SHILOH* 
SMITHFIELD 
STEVENS CHAPEL 
THANKSGIVING 
TRINITY 
WATKINS CHAPEL 


WHITE OAK 
WILSON MILLS 

TOTALS 

* 1981 FIGURES 



m 

CO 


sajniipuadxa 

|B30| IBJOi 


cNoo-^rc^oot^voro 

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LOO^O-tfCOOivOO 
■^HOOOiVDiriOJH 

VDLOr-OrH'^CTivO 
CN rH CN rH rH rO CN 
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r-Loror-vOLOvooo 

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ro CN CN 


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tHCMOOOOOir^vDO 

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CN^fOCNHCNCOCN 
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cn lo ro rH CN 
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syi6 pa)Eu6iS3pun 


roCN^vOroO^CMLn 
^roojoro^r-^f 
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CN ^ ro CO ro ro rH cn 

CNrOLOOrHCNLOCN 
rH 

in cn t — 


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o oo -vf a» r- oo 

rH CN CTl ^ LO cr> 
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rH rH CN rH 

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LOOO'^vOLOr^CNCN 

LO^Hrnair^cMO 

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rH rH CN • CN 


CM 


s j a Li i 1 1 10 JsquinN 


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TABLE G TOTAL RECEIPTS, 
LOCAL EXPENDITURES & 
STEWARDSHIP 

Johnston 

Year Ending 9/30/82 


CHURCHES 


ANTIOCH 

BAPTIST CENTER 

BAPTIST TABERNACLE 

BENSON 

BENSON GROVE 

BETHANY 

BETHESDA 

BEULAH 


BLACKMANS GROVE 

BURNELL 

CALVARY 

CARTERS CHAPEL 
CEDAR GROVE 
CLAYTON, FIRST 
CLYDES CHAPEL 
CORINTH 


CRESTWOOD 
FAITH 
FOUR OAKS 
HALES CHAPEL 
HEPHZIBAH 
HOCUTT MEMORIAL 
HOODS GROVE 
JONESBORO 



-70- 



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vo Co "d 1 ro Os ^ 
tH in vO t t— 1 vO O 

1 vo ro vO O O 00 CN 
t— i CN t— i ro ro cm «h 


criOLnr~-rHtTior- 
oocMrHrHrocoinr- 

ror^vOvOrOvO'^in 


rHCMcrioooLn^rr- 

rHrHrHrHOCOCMCTl 

CMin^OOvOOvOO 

HrHOCOCN-^Oin 
^vOCMCMCMtHrOCM 

rH 


49,914 
76,545 

1760495 


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ro >x> r- th <£> o 
oo rH vo cm o 

in vo ro 00 CN ^a 1 vO 

rH 


OOvOtHCNvororOCM 
r>cr>oO'*inooocM 

rHr^rocMinvoinr^ 

rH ro CM ^ 


r-rOrHOOOrOrH 
cM^Lnvomoinro 

rH CM tH rH 


rH VU C) 

r- m in 
cm r-- 

CM H VO 


O O O 00 vO CM O 

ro r-- o co o co o 
vo ct> vo r~- in ""^ 

* rH rH rH rH 


COvOrHtTvvTvrHr^O 
r^CNrHCMOSOrOOO 
rOrHCOOinrovovO 

rH \ — 1 rH CO i — 1 i — 1 CN t — 1 


•"^inosoomvovo 
roc-roin^rHCMCM 
Or-COOOCOCNrHO 

rH tH rH rH rH tH 


) 2,071 
) 2,776 


o o o o in o o 
o 


OOSCNOOOOu 

rO rH 
^ rH 

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in o os os 

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( 

39,52( 
15405: 


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ocor-oOiHOOO 

LflOhOOO^^OO 

coHOHinc^vo<* 

rH rH CN i — 1 CM t — 1 


ooomooooin 
osocMOvor-om 
corooor^ooooo 

coH^omHinh 

CN rO VO rH tH rH 


20,372 
22,993 

80138C 


> o o o o o o o 


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vO O 
ro vO 


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o o r- 
vo 

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> ^ in vo o o vo cm 

1 ro Os vo -sT O -3" vO 

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OOHHHvOin^vO 

coomroOMriH't 
inoiinvD^orooo 

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rHrOCMvO^CNOOCM 


iNCNOO^OCM^rvD 

■^rHCMvo^vor^r^ 
ooincooso^cMr^ro 

OHCM^OiOOrOH 
OvOCNCMCNiHrOrO 
rH CN 


ro r*- ro 
CM Os 
r- co O 

CO ro O 

in tH 

CN 


)Or)rthOOO 

m in ro 

vO VO 
CM 


OOOCT>OOOCOVO 
COOOCMh 

co os in vo 

CM CM 


O O O O O U O <'T 
CO tH 
VO rH 


o o m 

rH 
tH 
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3 in in r- cm o os w 

5-^OOr-OvOCM 

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1 o oo ^ r> ^ m 
IrocNCMrorOCMrH 


"OOHHflCOinvOO 

oooin^ooinoor^ 
inosinr^inmcMrH 

ODHtrOH^-OOO 
HrOCMvD^CNCOCM 


CM CN 00 Vt' O CM CO 
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ooinooo^oinr^cN 

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43,32' 

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00CMrOCNrHinr-CM 
OOMDCNrOvO^Oi 

inosoovo^fr^-^in 
r-or-ooocr>coin 

iHrOrHincOtHOCM 


71,604 
61,512 

214,369 

17,582 
26, 725 
9 28, 051 


44,689 
42,703 

184142S 


ro ro CM cm cn ro 

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cm ro ro ro 

CM tH 


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CM 


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CM tH CM CO 00 Cv 


in cm in cvj cn 

rH tH CN rH rH CN 


-m ov 

cn oo ro 
cm as 


LEES CHAPEL 
LIVE OAK 
MICRO FIRST 
MIDDLESEX 
NEWTON GROVE 
NOBLES CHAPEL 
NORTH SMITHFIELD 


OLIVERS GROVE 
PARRISH MEMORIAL 
PAULINE 
PINE LEVEL 
PISGAH 

PLEASANT GROVE 

PRINCETON 

SARDTS 


SELMA 
SHARON 
SHILOH* 
SMITHFIELD 
STEVENS CHAPEL 
THANKSGIVING 
TRINITY 
WATKINS CHAPEL 


WHITE OAK 
WILSONS MILLS 

TOTALS 





sajinipuadxa uoissjw 
teioi pubjo 


HHrOvOHOOh 
OnM-OOhCN^ 1 

h in h oj h r~ th 

tH CM 


coocr*rocy»CT»r^r^ 

OCNinCNvOiHOOtH 

orovo^o^^in^r 

ro f— i i— i cn co t ld 
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sajnijpuadxa asnea 
uoissjiu J3i|)o \e\oi 


tHvOrOvOrHOror^ 
roocNroooOHOi 

h vo in h 


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o\ in tH <?p o\ oo r-m 
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(*3|a 'an6eai 
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co o oo r- 
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"i vt/ r* i t— i 
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(spoofi sn|d t|sea) 
sauioii 
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tH 


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( 313 *S|00I|3S) U0|JB3np3 

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oomooo^o 

vO ro <J\ vO 
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CN CN tH 


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ro h o\ ro 
i> vo o o\ o 

ro tH 


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rO tH l> CN tH CO rH 
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CN tH tH tH 


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OHHCOOONO 
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tH 0> VO O 

tH 


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tH tH ^HHhO 

CN tH 


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co 


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TABLE H MISSION 
EXPENDITURES 

Johnston 

Year Ending 9/30/82 


CHURCHES 


ANTICCH 

BAPTIST CENTER 

BAPTIST TABERNACLE 

BENSON 

BENSON GROVE 

BETHANY 

BETHESDA 

BEULAH 


BLACKMANS GROVE 
BURNELL 
CALVARY 
CARTERS CHAPEL 
CEDAR GROVE 
CLAYTON, FIRST 
CLYDES CHAPEL 
CORINTH 


CRESTWOOD 
FAITH 
FOUR OAKS 
HALES CHAPEL 
HEPHZIBAH 
HOCUTT MEMORIAL 
HOODS MEMORIAL 
JONESBORO 



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1983 Annual 



COMMITTED TO BOLD MISSIONS 




Johnston 
Baptist Association 
of 

North Carolina 



Annual of 



Johnston Baptist Association 



PRINCETON BAPTIST CHURCH 
Monday Evening, October 17, 1983 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, SMITHFIELD 
Tuesday Afternoon and Evening, October 18, 1983 

The next annual session will be held at 

CRESTWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH 
Monday Evening, October 22, 1984 



WILSON'S MILLS BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday Afternoon and Evening, October 23, 1984 



Of 



North Carolina 




Eighty - First Annual Session 



and 



Published 1984 by 
the Edmonds Printing Company 
Lawrenceville, Virginia 



Table of Contents 



DIRECTORY OF ASSOCIATION 

General Officers 1 

Departmental Officers 1 

Committees 3 

Representatives of Denominal Institutions 4 

Representatives on General Board 4 

DIRECTORY OF CHURCHES 

Pastors 5 

Sunday School Directors 6 

Church Training Directors 7 

Brotherhood Directors 7 

Woman's Missionary Union Directors 8 

Music Directors 9 

Organists 10 

Clerks 11 

Treasurers 12 

Chairmen of Deacons 13 

Library Service Directors 14 

Other Ordained Ministers 15 

PROCEEDINGS 

Program 16 

Director of Missions Report 17 

Baptist Hospital Report 19 

Baptist Foundation 20 

Christian Higher Education Report 21 

Constitution Committee Report 22 

Treasurer's Report 22 

Historian's Report 24 

Baptist Children's Homes Report 26 

Budget and Finance Committee Report 27 

Time, Place and Preacher Report 29 

Woman's Missionary Union Report 30 

Resolutions Committee Report 32 

Memorials Committee Report 32 

Sunday School Report 36 

Other Reports 

Report of General Board 37 

Church Training Report 38 

Youth Ministries Report 38 

Evangelism Report 39 

Missions Committee Report 39 



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Stewardship and Cooperative Program Report 40 

Senior Adult Committee Report 40 

Ordination Committee Report 40 

Baptist Homes Report 41 

Biblical Recorder Report 42 

Historical Events 42 

HISTORICAL TABLE 44 

CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS 47 

STATISTICAL TABLES 51 

MAP OF ASSOCIATION 34-35 



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Directory of Association 



General Officers 

Director of Missions 
Horace Ricks, P.O.Box 356, Selma 27576; 965-9450 

MODERATOR 

Tim Stevens, Rt. 1 Box 286, Middlesex 27557; 284-4207 

VICE MODERATOR 
Clitus Hinton, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569; 936-111 

CLERK 

Willard A. Brown, Rt. 2 Box 102-A, Selma 27576; 965-3704 

TREASURER 
Hubert Allen, Box 495, Selma 27576; 965-8285 

HISTORIAN 
Charles Creech, Rt. 1 Box 196, Zebulon 27597; 269-8877 

TRUSTEES 

Henry Whitley, '84, 701 Wilson's Mills Rd., Smithfield 27577; 934-8807 
Richard Moore, '85, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-6113 
H. J. Beeker, '86, Box 187, Four Oaks 27524 

Departmental Officers 

Sunday School 

(For^naTifBs^otJ^fficers, see page 27 of Book of Reports jyid continue organizations 



and officers as listexl^«3tuj^^ 

Committee on Committee Report 1983 - 84 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 

Director Tom Waits 

Adult Director Ted Turner 

Median Adult Leader Joe Jones 

Youth Director Edgar Whitlock 

Older Children's Director Jackie Jones 

Middle Children's Director Sandra Norris 

Younger Children's Director Tallulah Mauney 

Preschool Director Rochelle Hupp 

Outreach Director Tom Hupp 

Vacation Bible School Edgar Whitlock 

CHURCH TRAINING 

Director Raymond Moore 

Adult Director Kenneth Thornton 

Youth Co-Directors Mr & Mrs. Gary D. Blackmon 

Children's Director Oleta Moore 

Preschool Director Ann Massengill 

New Member Training Director Rebecca Thornton 



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WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Director Jan Barry 

Assistant Director Jean Hinton 

Baptist Women Director Shirley Byrd 

Assistant Baptist Women Director Selmadene Tart 

Baptist Young Women Director Linda King 

Assistant Baptist Young Women Director 
Mission Action Director 

Mission Support Director Millie Norris 

Secretary Jeanette Lassiter 

Acteen's Director Flora Wood 

Assistant Acteen's Director Dorothy Creech 

G.A. Director Gloria Parrish 

Assistant G.A. Director 

Mission Friends Director Rochelle Hupp 

Assistant Mission Friends Director 

Group I Leader Dorothy Driver 

Group II Leader Gertrude Edwards 

Group III Leader Bessie Brown 

Group IV Leader Ruby Creech 

Group V Leader Madge Compton 

Group VI Leader Shirley Banks 

Group VII Leader Nadean Wells 

Group VIII Leader Frances Byrd 

BROTHERHOOD 

Director Tom Herndon 

Baptist Men Director Ben Parker 

Foreign Missions Coordinator Dickie Parrish 

Home Missions Coordinator Mike Chandler 

State Missions Coordinator Tony Bras well 

Royal Ambassador Director Jerry Durham 

Pioneer Counselor Joe Jones 

Crusader Counselor Wayne Batten 

Recreation Committee John Hatch, Chairman 

Dickie Parrish, Wayne Batten, Joe Jones 
Jerry Durham, Larry Ingram 

MUSIC 

Director Bruce Johnson 

Adult Director Mark Adams 

Youth Director Winkie Moore 

Children's Director Melba Woodruff 

EVANGELISM 

Director Tom Hupp 

Assistant to the Director Chad Allen, Danny Poyner 

Chuck Poole, Danny Hinnant 

LIBRARY SERVICES 
Director Chris Akers 

YOUTH 

Director Lee Colbert 

Mark T. White, Chairman 



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Committees 



Report of the Committee on Committees 

COMMITTEE ON ORDINATIONS 

Edgar Whitlock, Chairperson, '84 P.O.Box 215, Princeton; 936-4001 

Tom Herndon, '84 P.O.Box 358, Clayton; 553-6650 

Hoyt Lock, '84 Rt. 1 Box 45-B, Selma; 965-5826 

Tom Hupp, '85 P.O.Box 219, Wilson's Mills; 965-9324 

Danny Merritt, '85 717 S. Second St., Smithfield 

Mark White, '85 Rt. 1, Selma; 965-2191 

Maurice Grissom, '86 P.O.Box 35, Clayton; 553-6597 

Harry Edwards, '86 Rt. 1 Box 194-A, Sims; 235-4101 

Fletcher Ford, '86 102 Castle Dr., Smithfield; 934-3525 

SENIOR ADULT COMMITTEE 

Mrs. Herman Mauney, Chairperson 402 Holt St., Smithfield; 934-7637 

Mrs. Dixie Harper Rt. 1 Box 458-B, Clayton; 553-7675 

Mrs. Joe Puckett 513 Lee St., Smithfield; 934-2430 

PROPERTIES COMMITTEE 

Bill Edwards, Chairperson Rt.l Box 299-A, Selma; 965-5243 

Joe Moore 302 Griswold St., Selma; 965-5826 

Richard Moore Rt. 1, Selma; 965-6113 

Grover Creech 105 Longview Dr., Smithfield; 934-5113 

COMMITTEE ON THE CONSTITUTION 

Hoyt Lock, Chairperson, '85 Rt. 1 Box 45-B, Selma; 965-5826 

Joe Nail, '84 1107 Chestnut St., Smithfield; 934-5211 

Mrs. Shirley Byrd, '86 Rt. 1, Angier; 894-4900 

COMMITTEE ON THE ORDER OF BUSINESS 

Thurman Batten, Chairperson Rt. 3 Box 353, Selma; 284-3840 

Mrs. Jeanette Lassiter 107 Milton Dr., Smithfield; 934-7726 

Mark White Rt. 1, Selma; 965-2191 

Robert Brooks Rt. 1 Box 58, Clayton; 553-7302 

M.B. MacLeod 204 McCullers St., Smithfield; 934-4452 

COMMITTEE ON TIME, PLACE AND PREACHER 

Don Price, Chairperson 204 W. Church St., Benson; 894-3275 

Mrs. Ramona Cash P.O.Box 417, Clayton; 553-7244 

Henry Wright 921 Chestnut Dr., Smithfield; 934-3547 

COMMITTEE ON MEMORIALS 

Mrs. Lois Overby, Chairperson 611 S. Fourth St., Smithfield; 934-2495 

Mrs. Maurice Grissom P.O.Box 35, Clayton; 553-6597 

Mrs. Laura Johnson 701 W. Main St., Benson 

COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS 

John Ryberg, Chairperson, '85 P.O.Box 209, Smithfield; 934-2353 

Mrs. Clarence Woodard, '84 Rt. 1, Selma; 965-2525 

Mrs. Nettie Ricks, '86 P.O.Box 356, Selma; 965-9450 

COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS 

Mrs. Louise Wall, Chairperson, '85 Rt. 3 Box 237, Selma; 965-2750 

Mrs. Jackie Jones, '84 Rt. 2 Box 425, Clayton; 934-3725 

Charles Stevens, '84 Rt. 1 Box 451, Wendell; 365-5417 

Mark White, '85 Rt. 1, Selma; 965-2191 



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Mrs. Mary Brown, '86 Rt. 2 Box 102-A, Selma; 965-3704 

Darrell Smith, '86 340 E. US 70-A, Pine Level; 965-5363 

COMMITTEE ON MISSIONS 

Steve Morris, Chairperson, '86 14 Rochelle PL, Selma; 965-7240 

Mrs. Mary Brown, '84 Rt. 2 Box 102, Selma; 965-3704 

Mrs. Rebecca Thornton, '84 Rt. 3 Box 584, Clayton; 553-6431 

Mrs. Jean Hinton, '85 Rt. 1, Princeton; 936-1111 

W.W. Thompson, '85 Rt. 2 Box 39-A, Princeton; 735-9751 

Mrs. Essie Mae Crocker, '86 Rt. 3, Selma; 965-2794 

COMMITTEE ON CHRISTIAN LIFE 

Tom Hupp P.O.Box 219, Wilson's Mills; 965-9324 

Ken Thrasher P.O.Box 481, Smithfield; 934-8874 

PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

Ken Thrasher, Chairperson, '86 P.O.Box 481, Smithfield; 934-8874 

Mrs. Hazel Lock, '84 Rt. 1 Box 45-B, Selma; 965-5826 

Don Price, '84 204 W. Church St., Benson; 894-3275 

David Adams, '85 19E. Dail St., Smithfield; 934-7048 

Dan Simmons, '85 Rt. 3 Box 540-B, Smithfield; 934-5761 

James Ellerbe, '86 415 Canady St., Clayton; 553-7333 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 

Clitus Hinton, Chairperson Rt. 1, Princeton; 936-1111 

Benjamin Parker Box 43, Pine Level; 965-2226 

Mrs. Lucille Oliver 618 S. First St., Smithfield; 934-8084 

Maurice Grissim P.O.Box 35, Clayton; 553-4161 

Mrs. Dixie Harper Rt. 1 Box 458-B, Clayton; 553-7675 



Representatives of Denominational Insitutions 



Cooperative Program Gene Lockaby, Box 400-A, Zebulon 27597; 365-6576 

Baptist Foundation Raymond Moore, Box 164, Four Oaks, 27524; 963-2483 

Baptist Colleges Mrs. Grace Smith 

Baptist Children's Home Mrs. Carolyn Tharrington, 106 Castle Dr., 

Smithfield 27577; 934-3749 

Baptist Homes Fred Scheffer 

Annuity Board Edgar Whitlock, P.O.Box 215, Princeton 27569; 936-4001 

American Bible Society Mrs. Jean Hinton, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569; 934-1111 



Representatives on General Board 



ANTIOCH: Mrs. Gail H. Brown, Rt. 2 Box 210, Selma 27576 

BAPTIST CENTER: Richard R. Lee, 2401 Lee R., Clayton 27520 

BAPTIST TABERNACLE: H.E. Edwards, Rt. 3, Wendell 

BENSON: P.B. Wood, Jr., P.O.Box 236, Benson 27504 

BETHANY: Earl Brown, Selma 27576 

BETHESDA: Mrs. Dixie Harper, Rt. 1, Clayton 27520 

BLACKMON'S GROVE: Lawrence Massengill, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 

BURNELL: Bobby Johnson, Rt. 4 Box 59, Benson 27504 

CALVARY, DUNN: J. Lovitte Barefoot, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 

CALVARY, SELMA: W. Eldridge Narron, Rt. 1 Box 93, Middlesex 27557 

CARTER'S CHAPEL: Louis Edwards, Rt. 3 Box 235, Selma 27576 

CEDAR GROVE: Bertis Deans, Rt. 1, Sims 27880 



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CLAYTON, FIRST: James Ellerbe, 415 Canady St., Clayton 27520 

CLYDE'S CHAPEL: Elnathan Brown, Rt. 1 Box 250, Wendell 27591 

CORINTH: Kenneth Hamilton, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

FAITH^.W.G. Ricks, Ricks Rd., Selma 27576 

FOUR OAKS: HJ. Beeker, Box 187, Four Oaks 27524 

HALE'S CHAPEL: Gerald Creech, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

HEPHZIBAH: Waylon Howell, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569 

HOCUTT MEMORIAL: Alton Wood, 1913 Hwy 70 W., Clayton 27520 

HOOD'S GROVE: Lee A. Hayes, 311 S. George St., Benson 27504 

JONESBORO: Garrett Webb, Rt. 3 Box 21, Dunn 28334 

LEE'S CHAPEL: Mrs Kay Young, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

LIVE OAK: Mrs. Faye Edwards, Rt. 1 Box 299-A, Selma 27576 

MICRO, FIRST: Leland Batten, P.O.Box 197, Micro 27555 

MIDDLESEX: Bill Morris, P.O.Box 9, Middlesex 27557 

NEWTON GROVE: Maddrey Bass, P.O.Box 87, Newton Grove 28366 

NOBLES CHAPEL: Thad Sharp, Jr., Sims 27880 

PARRISH MEMORIAL: Elmer Pilkington, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

PAULINE: Charlie Batten, Rt. 1, Four Oaks 27524 

PINE LEVEL: Clyde Mozingo, P.O. Box 27, Pine Level 27568 

PISGAH: M. Pershing Braswell, 419 Wellons St., Smithfield 27577 

PLEASANT GROVE: Mrs. Shirley Byrd, Rt. 1, Angier 27501 

PRINCETON: Clitus Hinton, Rt. 1 Box 398, Princton 27569 

SARDIS: Robert H. Howell, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 

SMITHFIELD. FIRST: E.S. Simpson. 716 Sunset Dr.. Smithfield 27577 

THANKSGIVING: S.C. Woodard, Rt.l, Selma 27576 

WATKIN'S CHAPEL: Odell Creech, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

WHITE OAK: George E. Smith, 2630 Covered Bridge Rd., Clayton 27520 

WILSON'S MILLS: Willis Creech, Rt. 3 Box 113, Smithfield 27577 



List of Pastors 



Antioch Steve Scarborough, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557; 965-6029 

Baptist Center Robert Brooks, 3931 Ranch Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7302 

Baptist Tabernacle. .... Charles M. Stevens, Rt. 1 Box 451, Wendell 27591; 365-5417 

Benson Donald M. Price, 204 W. Church St., Benson 27504; 894-3275 

Benson Grove Billie Rae Pittman, 420 Stewart St., Clayton 27520; 553-6091 

Bethany Stephen Howard, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542; 284-5193 

Bethesda Kenneth Thornton, 2917 Hwy. 70 E., Clayton 27520; 553-6431 

Beulah C.H. Lee, Rt. 1 Box 125-A, Newton Grove 28366; 594-1523 

Blackman's Grove Danny Poyner, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 894-8681 

Burnell John T. Gardner, Rt. 3 Box 221, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2421 

Calvary, Dunn J.E. Norris, 1102 W. Broad St., Dunn 28334; 892-2686 

Calvary, Selma W. Eldridge Narron, Rt. 1 Box 93, Middlesex 27557; 268-8703 

Carter's Chapel Jerry Meeks, 510 Curtis Dr., Garner 27529; 779-2984 

Cedar Grove W.W. Thompson, Rt. 2 Box 39-A, Princeton 27569; 735-9751 

Clayton, First Maurice W. Grissom, P.O.Box 35, Clayton 27520; 553-4161 

Clyde's Chapel William Austin, Rt. 1 Box 211, Wendell 27591; 365-4076 

Corinth Eugene Lockaby, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597; 365-5373 

Crestwood Thomas V. Pearce, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 284-3414 

Faith Niles Compton, Rt. 4, Benson 27504; 894-3238 

Four Oaks 

Hale's Chapel Chuck Poole, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597; 269-5925 

Hephzibah TedTutner, Rt. 1 Box 177, Princeton 27569; 965-5886 

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Hocutt Memorial Tom V. Herndon, 314 W. Home St., Clayton 27520; 553-7935 

Hood's Grove 

Jonesboro Leon Tart, Rt. 2 Box 603, Dunn 28334; 892-3812 

Kenly 

Lee's Chapel Larry Young, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557; 235-3555 

Live Oak Hoyt Lock, Rt. 1 Box 45-B, Selma 27576; 965-5826 

Micro, First Tim Stevens, Rt. 1 Box 286, Middlesex 27557; 284-4207 

Middlesex Leslie Parrish, Rt. 1 Box 3188, Middlesex 25775; 284-5327 

Newton Grove William Jones, 1 10 Forrest Dr., Clinton 28328; 592-2472 

Noble's Chapel Harry S. Edwards, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 235-4101 

North Smithfield David Adams, 19 E. Dail St., Smithfield 27577; 934-7048 

Parrish Memorial Kenneth Benton, Box 210, Micro 27555; 284-4666 

Pauline Eugene Clayton, P.O.Box 447, Pine Level 27568; 965-5382 

Pine Level Darrell A. Smith, P.O.Box 340, Pine Level 27568; 965-5363 

Pisgah H.T. Waits, Rt. 1 Box 295, Smithfield 27577; 934-7765 

Pleasant Grove Mark White, Rt. 1 Box 5710, Willow Springs 27501; 894-3579 

Princeton L. Edgar Whitlock, P.O.Box 215, Princeton 27569; 936-5631 

Sardis Daniel Merritt, Rt. 4, Smithfield 27577; 934-6181 

Selma Chadwick Allen, P.O.Box 446, Selma 27576; 965-3228 

Sharon Kenneth L. Thrasher, P.O.Box 481, Smithfield 27577; 934-8874 

Shiloh James Gunn, Rt.l, Garner 27529; 934-7521 

Smithfield, First John Ryberg, P.O. Box 209, Smithfield 27577; 934-2204 

Steven's Chapel Calvin Edgerton, P.O.Box 1493, Smithfield 27577; 965-2507 

Thanksgiving 

Trinity James Evans, Rt. 2 Box 154-A, Benson 27504; 894-8481 

Watkin's Chapel Emery W. Hacket, Rt. 1 Box 204-G, Zebulon 27597; 269-6509 

White Oak Merle Martin, 3031 Buff aloe Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7560 

Wilson's Mills Thomas Hupp, Box 219, Wilson's Mills 27593; 965-9324 

List of Sunday School Directors 

Antioch Leon Whitley, Rt. 1, Wendell 27571; 365-9302 

Baptist Center Richard R. Lee, 2401 Lee Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7354 

Baptist Tabernacle Mrs. Joyce Creech, Rt. 1 Box 187, Zebulon 27597; 269-8289 

Benson Mrs. Wm. A. Bonds, 600 W. Harnett St., Benson 27504; 894-4274 

Benson Grove Shelton Benton, Rt. 1, Angier 27501; 894-4729 

Bethany Joe Bicknell, 500 N. Sellers St., Selma 27576; 965-5732 

Bethesda Doris Kennedy, 804 Fernzay Dr., Clayton 27576; 553-5896 

Beulah Randy Ivey, Box 250, Angier 27501; 639-2809 

Blackmon's Grove Larry Massengill, Rt. 1, Benson 27504; 694-5724 

Burnell Danny Massengill, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 

Calvary, Dunn Ms. Judy Lee, Rt. 6, Dunn 28334; 892-7336 

Calvary, Selma Alfred Hicks, P.O. Box 417, Selma 27576; 965-6380 

Carter's Chapel Douglas Brown, Micro 27555; 284-4817 

Cedar Grove Dempsey Miller, 1716 Westwood Dr., Wilson 27893; 291-5446 

Clayton, First Fred Smith, P.O.Box 325, Clayton 27520; 553-5930 

Clyde's Chapel W.R. Dean, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 325, Wendell 27591; 553-6461 

Corinth Kenneth Hamilton, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597; 365-5668 

Crestwood Toby Cahoon, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577; 934-9631 

Faith Leo Newsome, 111 N. Massey St., Selma 27576; 965-3780 

Four Oaks Douglas Johnson, Rt. 4, Four Oaks 27524; 934-7871 

Hale's Chapel Tom Price, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597; 269-9849 

Hephzibah Charles G. Pilkington, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 965-8156 



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Hocutt Memorial Mrs. Lena Mercer, 309 W. Home St., Clayton 27520; 553-7368 



Hood's Grove Lee A. Hayes, 311 S. George St., Benson 27504; 894-5469 

Jonesboro Abel Penny, 506-E. Divine St., Dunn 28334; 892-3900 

Kenly Doug Parnell, Rt. 1 Box 38, Kenly 27542; 284-3919 

Lee's Chapel Garland Johnson, Rt.l Box 31, Middlesex 27557; 235-3411 

Live Oak Cecil Phillips, Rt. 1 Box 316-A, Selma 27576; 965-2121 

Micro, First Dan Simmons, Rt. 3 Box 540-B, Smithfield 27577; 934-5761 

Middlesex Willie Johnson, Jr., P.O.Box 115, Middlesex 27557; 235-3968 

Newton Grove Dennis Bennett, Rt. 2, Newton Grove 28366; 594-1436 

Noble's Chapel Charles B. Boykins, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 235-4356 

North Smithfield Braxton Braswell, 32 W. Waddell St., Smithfield 

27577; 934-8492 

Oliver's Grove Landis Adams, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2402 

Parrish Memorial Arby Bass, Micro 27555; 284-2343 

Pauline Hugh Allen, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 934-4629 

Pine Level Danny Worley, P.O.Box 238, Pine Level 27568; 965-6510 

Pisgah Edward Austin, Rt. 1, Box 374-A, Smithfield 27577; 934-3963 

Pleasant Grove James Stephenson, Rt. 1, Willow Springs 27501; 639-4214 

Princeton Bobby Gray Toler, Rt. 2, Princeton 27569; 936-4491 

Sardis Larry Ingram, Linda Av., Princeton 27569; 936-4241 

Selma 

Sharon Jimmy R. Flowers, Rt. 2, Clayton 27520; 553-5618 

Shiloh Gene Coats, Rt. 1, Garner 27529; 772-3653 

Smithfield, First Wm. H. Perry, Rt. 4 Box 149, Smithfield 27577; 934-6342 

Steven's Chapel Joey Hatcher, P.O.Box, Princeton 27569; 936-2181 

Thanksgiving Mrs. Wanda Byrd, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-8082 

Trinity J. Don Johnson, Rt. 2, Benson 27504; 894-3434 

Watkin's Chapel Billy Wayne Wall, Rt. 1 Box A-99, Middlesex 27557; 269-9200 

White Oak George Smith, 2630 Covered Bridge Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-5331 

Wilson's Mills Mrs. Jackie Jones, Rt. 2, Clayton 27520; 934-3725 

List of Church Training Directors 

Bethesda Edward Sasser, 1104 Woodlawn Way, Clayton 27520; 553-5896 

Clayton, First Mrs. Judy Cox, 1700 Hwy. 70 E., Clayton 27520; 553-6939 

Four Oaks Mrs. R.E. Moore, Box 164, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2483 

Hale's Chapel Chuck Poole, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597; 269-5925 

Hocutt Memorial Jerry Hedgecock, 334 McCullers St., Clayton 27520; 553-5191 

Live Oak Mrs. Ruby Dunn, Rt. 1 Box 269, Selma 27576; 965-3109 

Micro, First Tim Stevens, Rt. 1 Box 286, Middlesex 27557; 284-4207 

Pine Level Cathy Smith, P.O.Box 340, Pine Level 27568; 965-5363 

Princeton S. Keith Vaughan, P.O.Box 215, Princeton 27569; 936-2678 

Selma Mrs. Ruth Eason, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 965-9541 

Shiloh James Gunn, Rt. 1, Garner 27529; 934-7521 

Smithfield, First Lee Colbert, P.O.Box 209, Smithfield 27577; 934-2204 

White Oak Merle Martin, 3031 Buff aloe Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7560 

List of Brotherhood Directors 

Benson Grove Hal Elliott, Rt. 3, Benson 27504; 894-5551 

Bethesda Fred Schaefer, 2036 Cole Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-5962 

Beulah Maylon Barefoot, Rt. 2 Box 137, Dunn 28334; 892-1313 



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Blackmon's Grove Stanton Massengill, Rt. 2 Box 320, Four Oaks; 894-2584 

Clayton, First Bob Moseley, 702 E. Home St., Clayton 27520; 553-4628 

Clyde's Chapel Jody Chamblee, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591; 553-4888 

Crestwood Johnny Knox, Rt. 4, Four Oaks, 27524; 963-2595 

Faith Clarence Brown, Rt. 2, Selma 27576; 965-2671 

Hale's Chapel Johnny Earp, Rt. 3 Box 94, Wendell 27591; 269-6393 

Hephzibah Donald King, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569; 965-3909 

Hocutt Memorial Cameron Mercer, 309 Home St., Clayton 27520; 553-7368 

Jonesboro Terry Allen, Rt. 2 Box 108, Dunn 28334; 892-8567 

Kenly Gerald Starling, Rt. 4 Box 270, Kenly. 27542; 284-4616 

Live Oak Jerry Norris, River Rd., Selma 27576; 965-6186 

Middlesex Joe Overman, P.O.Box 303, Middlesex 27557; 235-3101 

Newton Grove Dennis Bennett, Rt. 2, Newton Grove 28366; 594-1436 

North Smithfield Lin wood Starling, 1024 Cherry St., Smithfield 27577; 934-4549 

Oliver's Grove Dean Jackson, 603 Church St., Four Oaks 27524; 963-2623 

Parrish Memorial John Coggin, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 284-3519 

Pauline Steve Batten, Rt. 1, Four Oaks 27524; 934-7997 

Pine Level Robert Watson, P.O.Box 93, Pine Level 27568; 965-2827 

Pleasant Grove Horace Johnson, Rt. 1, Willow Springs 27501; 639-2183 

Princeton Eugene Parrish, Rt. 1 Box 390, Princeton 27569; 936-6021 

Selma Michael D. Gibson, 1002 Dixie Dr., Selma 27576; 965-5452 

Shiloh Donald R. Byrd, Rt. 1 Box 231, Garner 27529; 772-8047 

Steven's Chapel Sherrill Thompson, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577; 965-3554 

Watkin's Chapel Tommy Davis, Rt. 1 Box 71, Middlesex 27557; 269-8855 

White Oak GlennMoore, 3011 Buffaloe Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7462 

Wilson's Mills Joseph Jones, Rt. 2, 4001 Powhatan Rd., Clayton 27520; 934-3725 

List of Woman's Missionary Union Directors 

Antioch June Creech, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557; 965-5819 

Baptist Center . . . Mrs. Billy Wells, 3430 Barbour Mill Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-6659 
Baptist Tabernacle .... Mrs. Phyllis Alford, Rt. 1 Box 434, Wendell 27591; 365-7373 
Benson 

Benson Grove Frances Barbour, Rt. 3 Box 400, Benson 27504; 894-3846 

Bethany Martha Howard, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542; 284-5193 

Bethesda Mrs. Dorothy Ellis, 2550 Powhatan Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7891 

Beulah Mrs. Laura F. Barefoot, Rt. 2 Box 467, Dunn 28334; 892-7621 

Blackmon's Grove Miss Lois Lee, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 894-2582 

Burnell Mrs. Nelson Johnson, Rt. 3 Box 226, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2856 

Calvary, Dunn 
Calvary, Selma 

Carter's Chapel Mrs. Mary W. Brown, Rt. 2 Box 102-A, Selma 27576; 965-3704 

Cedar Grove Joyce Deans, Rt. 2, Wilson 27893; 243-6739 

Clayton, First Mrs. Sybil A. Ross, P.O.Box 616, Clayton 27520; 553-7287 

Clyde's Chapel Syble Brown, Rt. 1 Box 250, Wendell 27591; 365-3087 

Corinth Ida Lee Richardson, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597; 365-6782 

Crestwood Mrs. Nancy Gay, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577; 934-8993 

Faith Mrs. Myrtle Ballard, Rt. 3 Box 2190, Selma 27576; 284-4766 

Four Oaks Mrs. Harding Parker, Box 182, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2578 

Hale's Chapel Mrs. Bobby Wall, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557; 269-9191 

Hephzibah Mrs. Linda King, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569; 965-3909 

Hocutt Memorial Mrs. Frances Hatcher, 916 Hobbs St., Clayton 27520; 553-6212 

Hoods Grove Mrs. W.A. Hood, Rt. 2 Box 212, Benson 27520; 894-5357 



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Jonesboro Mrs. Ora Mae Barefoot, Rt. 2 Box 602, Dunn 28334; 892-3812 

Kenly Mrs. Mary Howell, Box 186, Kenly 27542; 284-2988 

Lee's Chapel Mrs. Kay Young, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557; 235-2289 

Live Oak Mrs. Gail Cagle, 804 Primrose St., Selma 27576; 965-8352 

Micro, First Mrs. Pervy Parrish, P.O.Box 251, Micro 27555; 284-3953 

Middlesex Mrs. Hildred Wright, P.O.Box 303, Middlesex 27557; 235-3972 

Newton Grove Mrs. Lottie Bass, P.O.Box 87, Newton Grove 28366; 594-0680 

Noble's Chapel Mrs. Dolly Stallings, Sims 27880; 237-3925 

North Smithfield Edith Dees, 11 W. Edgerton St., Smithfield 27577; 934-4373 

Oliver's Grove Mrs. Teresa Allen 

Parrish Memorial Mrs. Mildred Starling, Rt.3, Selma 27576; 965-2683 

Pauline Mrs. Josephine H. Wood, Rt. 1 Box 104-A, Four Oaks 27524; 634-4034 

Pine Level Shelvia Massengill, P.O.Box 365, Pine Level 27568; 965-5080 

Pisgah Grace Stevens, 102 E. Rose St., Smithfield 27577; 934-6901 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Wilma Jordan, Rt. 3, Raleigh; 772-3152 

Princeton Jean Hinton, Rt. 1 Box 398, Princton 27569; 936-1111 

Sardis Mrs. Brenda Mitchell, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577; 934-4077 

Selma Mrs. Nettie Ricks, 305 N. Green St., Selma 27576; 965-6957 

Sharon Mrs. Linda Barefoot, 104 S. Rogers St., Smithfield 27577; 934-2064 

Shiloh Mrs. Earl Eakes, Rt. 1 Box 278, Garner 27529; 934-4894 

Smithfield, First Mrs. Lois M. Overby, 611 S. Fourth St., Smithfield 

27577; 934-2204 

Steven's Chapel Doris Peedin, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 965-2620 

Thanksgiving Mrs. Connie Jeffrey, Rt.l, Zebulon 27597; 365-4675 

Trinity Mrs. Agnes Lee, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Watkin's Chapel Mrs. Waynelle Davis, Rt. 1 Box 71, Middlesex 27557; 259-8855 

White Oak Mrs. Shirley Weaver, 2101 Coverd Bridge Rd., Clayton 

27520; 553-7484 

Wilson's Mills Mrs. Norman Strickland, Rt.3 Box 96-B, Smithfield 

27577; 934-7515 

List of Music Directors 

Antioch Lee McGraw, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

Baptist Center Earl Standley, 2400 Barbour Mill Rd., Clayton 27520; 

Baptist Tabernacle Karen Wilson, S.E.B.T.S., Wake Forest 27587; 556-6584 

Benson Al R. Marguerat, 704 W. Church St., Benson 27504; 894-8025 

Bethany Carolyn Bicknell, 500 N. Sellers St., Selms 27576; 965-5732 

Bethesda Rupert Alford, 410 Penny St., Garner 27529; 639-2809 

Blackman's Grove Miss Pam Wood, Rt. 1, Four Oaks 27524; 934-8780 

Burnell Miss Joy Johnson, Rt. 3 Box 221-B, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2928 

Calvary, Dunn Teresa Barefoot, Eleanor St., Dunn 28334 

Carter's Chapel Mrs. Martha Grady, Rt. 2, Selma 27576; 284-2830 

Cedar Grove Dertis Deans, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 235-2169 

Clayton, First Marshal Tyson, P.O.Box 35, Clayton 27520; 553-4161 

Clydes Chapel William Austin, Rt. 1 Box 21 1, Wendell 27591; 365-4076 

Corinth Carl Willis, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597; 365-3347 

Crestwood Mrs. Judy Hawley, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577; 934-3593 

Four Oaks Robert Goodwin, 425 Bennett Dr., Selma 27576; 965-3524 

Hale's Chapel Larry Dupree, Rt. 1 Box 222, Zebulon 27597; 269-9353 

Hephzibah Randall Daughtry, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569; 965-5058 

Hocutt Memorial Alton Wood, 1913 Hwy. 70 W., Clayton 27520; 553-6323 

Hoods Grove Mrs. Thelma Johnson, Rt. 1, Newton Grove 28366; 894-2392 

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Kenly Mrs. Jody Stutts, Rt. 1 Box 216, Kenly 27542; 284-2391 

Lee's Chapel Mrs. Janie F. Johnson, Rt. 1 Box 31, Middlesex 27557; 235-3411 

Live Oak Mrs. Carolyn Crumpler, Rt. 2 Box 86-A, Selma 27576; 965-8454 

Micro, First Mrs. Ritchie Wall, Rt. 2, Selma 27576; 965-2750 

Newton Grove Mrs. Rometta Warren, Rt. 2, Newton Grove 28366; 594-0936 

Nobles Chapel Mrs. Peggy Wilson, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 235-4187 

North Smithfield Braxton Braswell, 32 W. Waddell St., Smithfield 

27577; 934-8492 

Parrish Memorial Bill Braswell, Rt. 2 Box 341, Princeton 27569; 965-6197 

Pauline Joe David Massey, Rt. 1, Four Oaks 27524; 934-7583 

Pine Level Sharon Thompson, P.O.Box 564, Pine Level 27568; 965-8056 

Pisgah H. T. Waits, Rt. 1 Box 295, Smithfield 27577; 934-7765 

Pleasant Grove Glenn Caroll, Rt. 2, Garner 27529; 772-3948 

Princeton S. Keith Vaughan, P.O.Box 215, Princeton 27569; 936-2678 

Sardis Mrs. Peggy Ingram, Linda Av., Princeton 27569; 936-4241 

Selma Melba Woodruff, 101 N. Green St., Selma 27576; 965-3007 

Sharon Mrs. Helen Ray. P.O.Box 1568, Smithfield 27577; 934-8758 

Shiloh Terry Monroe, 205 November St., Garner 27529; 772-5817 

Steven's Chapel Thelbert Phillips, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577; 965-6523 

Thanksgiving Mrs. Winkie Moore, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-6113 

Trinity Mrs. Edna Tart, Rt. 6, Dunn 28334 

Watkin's Chapel. . Mrs. Margaret Hinton, Rt. 1 Box 207-A, Zebulon 27597; 269-6509 

White Oak Miss Dara Moore, 3315 Buffaloe Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-4458 

Wilson's Mills Thomas Hupp, Box 219, Wilson's Mills 27593; 934-4181 

List of Organists 

(or Pianist if no organist) 

Antioch Pat Renfrow, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

Baptist Center Mrs. Earl Standley, 2400 Barbour Mill Rd., Clayton 

27520; 553-6764 

Baptist Tabernacle Mrs. Kay Nowell, Rt. 3, Wendell 27591; 365-7304 

Benson Mrs. R.L. Smith, P.O.Box 218. Benson 27504: 894-3933 

Benson Grove Joan Phillips, Rt. 1, Angier 27501; 894-8470 

Bethany Carolyn Bicknell, 500 N. Seller St., Selma 27576; 965-5732 

Bethesda Mrs. Yvonne Benson, 3800 Johnston Union Rd., Clayton 

27520; 553-6681 

Beulah Mrs. Karren B. Lee, Rt. 2 Box 465, Dunn 28334; 892-3592 

Blackman's Grove Miss Lee Ann Eldridge, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 894-3645 

Burnell Mrs. Byron Johnson, Rt. 3 Box 240-E, Four Oaks 27524; 963-3424 

Calvary, Dunn 

Calvary, Selma Alfred Hicks, P.O.Box 417, Selma 27576; 965-6380 

Carter's Chapel Miss Karen Sutton, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542; 284-4288 

Cedar Grove Melve Deans, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 235-2169 

Clayton, First Marshall Tyson, P.O.Box 35, Clayton 27520; 553-4161 

Clydes Chapel Zella Strickland, Rt. 1 Box 17, Wendell 27591; 365-6589 

Corinth Mrs. Lunell Hinton, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597; 365-7918 

Crestwood Mrs. Sharon Rose, 62 White Oak, Smithfield 27577; 934-6106 

Faith Mrs. Mary Ann Adams, P.O.Box 298, Pine Level 27568; 965-8835 

Four Oaks Mrs. Annette Johnson, Rt.3 Box 95-B, Four Oaks 27524; 934-5887 

Hales Chapel Mrs. Bill Creech, Rt. 3 Box 3-AAA, Zebulon 27597; 269-9482 

Hephzibah Mrs. Geraldine Reardon, Rt. 1 Box 153, Princeton 27569; 965-5060 

Hocutt Memorial Mrs. Barbara Williams, 1014 Mulberry Rd., Clayton 

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Hoods Grove Mrs. Donald Parker, Rt. 2 Box 199, Benson 27504; 894-5133 

Jonesboro Mrs. Maxine Jones, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334; 892-3233 

Kenly Mrs. Tom Caldwell, Box 127, Kenly 27542; 284-2396 

Lee's Chapel Mrs. Elaine Mullen, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597; 235-4925 

Live Oak Mrs. Linda Creech, Rt. 1 Box 307, Selma 27576; 965-3396 

Micro, First Mrs. Steve Edwards, 201 N. Summer St., Selma 27576; 965-6694 

Middlesex Mrs. Barbara Strickland, P.O.Box 57, Middlesex 27557; 235-3886 

Newton Grove Thomas Williford, P.O.Box 62, Newton Grove 28366; 594-0302 

Nobles Chapel Mrs. Evelyn Glover, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 237-5314 

North Smithfield . . Mrs. Debra Stanley, 1013 Cherry St., Smithfield 27577; 934-2688 

Oliver's Grove Mrs. Florence Moore, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524; 894-5547 

Parrish Memorial Jeanne Woodard, Box 225, Micro 27555; 284-2698 

Pauline Mrs. Janice Gregory, Rt. 3 Box 63-A, Four Oaks 27524; 934-2453 

Pine Level Bob Dowling, 206 Massey St., Selma 27576; 965-2184 

Pisgah Kathryn Baker, 4950 Johnston Union Rd., Clayton 27520; 934-2854 

Pleasant Grove Ms. Ginger Evans, Hwy. 42 S., Clayton 27520; 553-6452 

Princeton Pearle Johnson, P.O.Box 335, Princeton 27569; 936-3511 

Sardis Mrs. Peggy Ingram, Linda Av., Princeton 27569; 936-4241 

Selma Bob Dowling, N. Massey St., Selma 27576; 965-2184 

Sharon Carolyn Crocker, Rt. 2, Selma 27576; 965-2647 

Shiloh Mrs. Terry Monroe, 205 November St., Garner 27529; 772-5817 

Smithfield, First Thad Hardee, 411 Woodall St., Smithfield 27577; 934-2204 

Stevens Chapel John V. Wellons, Jr., P.O.Box, Pine Level 27568; 965-3880 

Thanksgiving Mrs. Jeanette Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-2588 

Trinity Mrs. Cathy Barefoot, Rt. 2, Benson 27504; 

Watkins Chapel Sharon & Teresa Creech, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597; 269-9644 

White Oak Mrs. Glenn Moore, 3011 Buffaloe Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7462 

Wilson's Mills Thorn Duncan, Rt. 1, Smithfield 27577; 934-6917 

List of Church Clerks 

Antioch Gail Brown, Rt. 2 Box 210, Selma 27575; 965-2437 

Baptist Center Mrs. W.E. Chappell, 3410 Barbour Mill Rd., Clayton 

25720;553-7413 

Baptist Tabernacle Mrs. Robert H. Andrews, P.O.Box 331, Wendell 

27591; 365-7279 

Benson Mrs. Z. V. Stephenson, Rt. 1 Box 15, Benson 27504; 894-3519 

Benson Grove /ranees Barbour, Rt. 3 Box 400, Benson 27504; 894-3846 

Bethany P.H. Daughtry, Jr., Rt. 2 Box 157, Kenly 27542; 284-2268 

Bethesda Mrs. Betty Lee, 3221 Peele Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-5684 

Beulah Mrs. Glorice Barefoot, Rt. 2 Box 137, Dunn 28334; 892-1313 

Balckmon's Grove . .Mrs. Pam Massengill, Rt. 2 Box 320, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2856 

Burnell Mrs. Nelson Johnson, Rt. 3 Box 226, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2856 

Calvary, Dunn Mrs. Sue Gilbert, Rt. 6 Box 137, Dunn 28334; 892-6369 

Calvary, Selma Peggy Jones, Rt. 1 Box 105-B, Selma 27576; 965-3920 

Carter's Chapel Cecil Dixon, Micro 27555; 284-3608 

Cedar Grove Geraldine Dail, 124 Boswell St., Wilson 27893; 243-4239 

Clayton, First Mrs. J.W. Lee, 258 Hardee St., Clayton 27520; 553-6565 

Clydes Chapel Brenda Brantley, Rt. 2 Box 126-A, Wendell 27591; 266-9903 

Corinth Mrs. Joyce Johnson, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597; 365-7938 

Crestwood Mrs. Marie Odom, 204 Quail Rd., Smithfield 27577; 934-5494 

Faith Mrs. Ruth Howell, Rt. 2 Box 23-A, Selma 27576; 965-2615 

Four Oaks James Creech, Box 223, Four Oaks 27524; 963-3264 

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Hales Chapel Mrs. Curtis Alford, Rt. 3 Box 244-A, Zebulon 27597; 269-9783 

Hephzibah Mrs. Betty Massey, Rt. 1 Box 155, Princeton 27569; 965-2542 

Hocutt Memorial Mrs. Jewel Weatherspoon, 213 Sir Galahad Ln., Garner 

27529; 772-4170 

Hoods Grove Mrs. Celo Hood, Rt. 2 Box 213, Benson 27504; 894-3435 

Jonesboro Mrs. Judy Parker, Rt. 2 Box 553, Dunn 28334; 892-3812 

Kenly Mildred A. Hales, Rt. 1 Box-BA, Kenly 27542; 284-3246 

Lee's Chapel Mrs. Dixie Bunn, Rt. 1 Box 30, Middlesex 27557; 235-3887 

Live Oak Mrs. Bonnie Barbour, Rt. 1 Box 289-A, Selma 27576; 965-8110 

Micro, First Nina Hicks Davis, P.O.Box 81, Micro 27555; 284-4573 

Middlesex Ms. Barbara Dunbar, P.O.Box 294, Middlesex 27557; 235-3308 

Newton Grove Mrs. Norma Williford, Rt. 1 Box 175-A, Newton Grove 

28336; 594-0433 

Nobles Chapel Mrs. Ruth Stott, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 235-4533 

North Smithfield . . . Mrs. Barbra Price, Rt. 1 Box 373-A, Smithfield 27577; 934-5350 

Oliver's Grove Johnnie Stewart, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2277 

Parrish Memorial Jeanne H. Woodard, Box 225, Micro 27555; 284-2698 

Pauline Mrs. Josephine H. Wood, Rt. 1 Box 104-A, Four Oaks 27524; 934-4034 

Pine Level Sylvia Hinnant, Rt. 3 Box 92, Selma 27576; 965-5253 

Pisgah Mrs. Susan Austin, Rt. 1 Box 374-A, Smithfield 27577; 934-3963 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Louise M. Glisson, Rt. 1, Angier 275ol; 894-2549 

Princeton Mrs. Jack Worley, Rt. 1 Box 83, Princeton 27569; 936-8281 

Sardis Mrs. Delphia Whitley, Rt. 2 Box 160, Smithfield 27577; 934-4842 

Selma Mrs. Ellen Allen, P.O.Box 495, Selma 27576; 965-8285 

Sharon Carolyn Tharrington, 106 Castle Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-3749 

Shiloh Mrs. Donald R. Byrd, Rt. 1 Box 231, Garner 27529; 772-8047 

Smithfield, First . . Sidney Browdell, 1203 S. Walnut Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-3831 

Stevens Chapel Wayne Peedin, R.t 3, Selma 27576 

Thanksgiving Arnold Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-2591 

Trinity Mrs. Jean Johnson, Rt. 2, Benson 27504; 894-3434 

Watkins Chapel Charles Creech, Rt. 1 Box 196, Zebulon 27597; 269-8877 

White Oak Mrs. Dorothy H. Prichard, 2100 Mission Farm Rd., Clayton 

27520; 553-4140 

Wilson's Mills . Mrs. Norman Strickland, Rt. 3 Box 96-B, Smithfield 27577; 934-7515 

List of Church Treasurers 

Antioch Roger Hinton, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557; 965-2587 

Baptist Center 3430 Barbour Mill Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-6659 

Baptist Taberncale Howard Driver, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591; 365-7595 

Benson Charles Stevens, P.O.Box 217, Benson 27504; 894-3504 

Benson Grove Charles Parrish, Rt. 1, Angier 27501; 894-4686 

Bethany Donald & Margie Creech, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542 

Bethesda Ayden R. Lee, jr., 3221 Peele Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-5684 

Beulah Malah McLamb, Rt. 4, Benson 27504; 894-4025 

Blackmon's Grove Carolyn Holley, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 894-5962 

Burnell Ivey Johnson, Rt. 3 Box 222, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2897 

Calvary, Dunn 

Calvary, Selma Theron Hinton, 907 W. Walnut St., Selma 27576; 265-3850 

Carter's Chapel Roger Sutton, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542; 284-4388 

Cedar Grove Henry Dail, 124 Boswell St., Wilson 27893; 243-4239 

Clayton, First James W. Cash, P.O.Box 417, Clayton 27520; 553-7244 

Clydes Chapel L. C. Nedlin, M. Rt. 1 Box 222, Wendell 27591; 365-9586 



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Corinth Wyatt Eason, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591; 365-7450 

Crestwood Donald Rose, 62 White Oak, Smithfield 27577; 934-6106 

Faith Bobby Blackmon, Rt. 3 Box 301-25, Selma 27576; 284-2138 

Four Oaks Mrs. Lois Daughtry, Box 128, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2326 

Hales Chapel Mrs. F.C. Vann, Rt. 1 Box 46, Zebulon 27597; 269-8567 

Hephzibah Chester Wilkins, Pine Level 27568; 965-2295 

Hocutt Memorial Herman Jones, 216 Crescent Dr., Clayton 27520; 553-6563 

Hoods Grove Mrs. Aaron Parker, Rt. 1, Newton Grove 28336; 894-2261 

Jonesboro Mrs. Sue Tart, Rt. 2 Box 603, Dunn 28334; 892-3812 

Kenly Mrs. Henry Kirby, Box 595, Kenly 27542; 284-3036 

Lee's Chapel Mrs. Mary D. Stallings, P.O.Box 40, Middlesex 27557; 235-3978 

Live Oak Mrs. Ruth Avery, Rt. 1 Box 328, Selma 27576; 965-3908 

Micro, First Mrs. Pervy Parrish, P.O.Box 251, Micro 27555; 284-3953 

Middlesex Cecil Williford, P.O.Box 265, Middlesex 27557; 235-3890 

Newton Grove Howard Denning, Rt. 2 Box 6-B, Newton Grove 28366; 594-0224 

Nobles Chapel Reuben Strickland, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 235-3229 

North Smithfield Edith Dees, 11 W. Edgerton St., Smithfield 27577; 934-4373 

Oliver's Grove Thel Price, Rt. 4, Four Oaks 27524; 963-3309 

Parrish Memorial Susan Parrish, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 284-5362 

Pauline Mrs. Ruth Wood, Rt. 1 Box 335, Four Oaks 27524; 934-0320 

Pine Level Danny Casey, P.O.Box 552, Pine Level 27568; 965-9779 

Pisgah Mrs. Blenda Braswell, 419 Wellons St., Smithfield 27577; 934-7238 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Jackie Miller, Rt. 1, Willow Springs 27501; 639-4972 

Princeton Clitus Hinton, Rt. 1 Box 398, Princeton 27569; 936-1111 

Sardis Mrs. Linda Massey, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577; 934-6796 

Selma Hubert Allen, P.O.Box 495, Selma 27576; 965-8285 

Sharon M.B. MacLeod, 204 McCullers St., Smithfield 27577; 934-4452 

Shiloh Donald R. Byrd, Rt. 1 Box 231, Garner 27529; 772-8047 

Smithfield, First G.A. Allen, 401 S. Second St., Smithfield 27577; 934-2541 

Stevens Chapel John V. Wellons, R.t 2, Smithfield 27577; 965-3240 

Thanksgiving Mrs. Katie Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-5089 

Trinity Mrs. Jean Dale Lee, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Watkins Chapel Steve Driver, Rt. 3 Box 20, Wendell 27591; 365-6760 

White Oak Mrs. Russell Price, 3541 Buffalow Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7831 

Wilson's Mills C.B. Wood, 502 Powell St., Smithfield 27577; 934-2066 

List of Chairmen of Deacons 

Antioch Johnny Narron, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-3571 

Baptist Center Earl Standley, 2400 Barbour Mill Rd., Clayton 2752o; 553-6764 

Baptist Tabernacle William Driver, Rt. 3, Wendell 27591; 365-7559 

Benson 

Benson Grove Paul Revels, Rt. 1, Angier 275ol; 894-4983 

Bethany Floyd Watkins, Rt. 2, Selma 27576; 965-5332 

Bethesda Lahman Godwin, 2300 Bobbitt Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-6076 

Beulah James C. Barefoot, Rt. 2 Box 467, Dunn 28334; 892-7621 

Blackmon 's Grove 

Burnell Nelson Johnson, Rt. 3 Box 226, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2856 

Calvary, Dunn CD. Denning, Rt. 6, Dunn 28334; 892-6361 

Calvary, Selma Theron Hinton, 907 W. Walnut St., Selma 27576; 965-3850 

Carter's Chapel Kenneth Anderson, Micro 27555; 284-2762 

Cedar Grove Roney Mercer, Rt. 2, Wilson 27893; 237-4447 

Clayton, First Carr Atkinson, 511 S. Page St., Clayton 27520; 553-6629 



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Clydes Chapel Glenn Medlin, Rt. 1 Box 220-A, Wendell 27571; 365-6939 

Corinth 

Crestwood Jackie Hawley, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577; 934-3593 

Faith Leo Newsome, 111 N. Massey St., Selma 27576; 965-3780 

Four Oaks H.T. Beeker, Box 182, Four Oaks 27524 

Hales Chapel Bill Creech, Rt. 3, Box 3-AA, Zebulon 27597; 269-9482 

Hephzibah Charles G. Pilkington, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 965-3909 

Hocutt Memorial Alton Wood, 1913 Hwy. 70 W., Clayton 27520; 553-6323 

Hoods Grove Donald Parker, Rt. 2 Box 199, Benson 27504; 894-5133 

Jonesboro Garrett Webb, Rt. 3 Box 21, Dunn 28334; 892-7752 

Kenly Jimmy Bailey, Rt. 4 Box 229-A, Kenly 27542; 284-4123 

Lee's Chapel Louis Driver, P.O.Box 445, Middlesex 27557; 235-4142 

Live Oak Vernon Sullivan, 611 Z. Anderson St., Selma 27576; 965-5358 

Micro, First Dan Simmons, Rt. 3 Box 540-B, Smithfield 27577; 934-5761 

Middlesex Bill Morris, P.O.Box 9, Middlesex 27557; 235-3612 

Newton Grove C.L. Warren, Rt. 2, Newton Grove 28366; 594-0936 

Nobles Chapel R.D. Richards, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 237-2078 

North Smithfield Edwin Price, Rt. 1 Box 363-A, Smithfield 27577; 934-5350 

Oliver's Grove Jimmy Jones 

Parrish Memorial Elmer Pilkington, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 965-2630 

Pauline Joe David Massey, Rt. 1, Four Oaks 27524; 934-7583 

Pine Level Benny Parker, P.O.Box 43, Pine Level 27568; 956-2226 

Pisgah CP. Johnson, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 88, Smithfield 27577; 934-4013 

Pleasant Grove James Stephenson, Rt. 1, Willow Springs 27592; 639-4214 

Princeton Bobby Gray Toler, Rt. 2, Princeton 27569; 936-4491 

Sardis W.L. Strickland, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577; 934-3733 

Selma Joe Moore, Griswold St., Selma 27576; 965-2017 

Sharon Robert Holt, 702 Chestnut Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-4871 

Shiloh Donald R. Byrd, Rt. 1 Box 231, Garner 27429; 772-8047 

Smithfield, First A.S. Cretini, 410 Beechwood Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-7766 

Stevens Chapel Norwood Hatcher, P.O.Box, Princeton 27569; 936-2181 

Thanksgiving Lynwood Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-2588 

Trinity Luther Johnson, Rt. 2, Benson 275o4; 894-5577 

Watkins Chapel Phillip Parrish, Rt. 3, Angleview, Wendell 27591; 365-2588 

White Oak Glenn Moore, 3011 Buffaloe Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7484 

Wilson's Mills Willie Creech, Rt. 3 Box 1 13, Smithfield 27577; 934-8869 

List of Directors of Library Services 

Antioch Erdene Narron, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557; 965-3530 

Baptist Center Mrs. Robert Brooks, 3931 Ranch Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7302 

Baptist Tabernacle Randy Creech, Rt. 1 Box 187, Zebulon 27597; 269-8289 

Benson Mrs. Roy B. Langdon, Rt. 1 Box 372, Benson 27504; 894-3965 

Bethesda Mrs. Marjorie Puckett, 224 Juniper St., Clayton 27520; 553-5538 

Carter's Chapel Mrs. Myrtle J. Price, Rt. 2, Selma 27576; 965-5301 

Crestwood Mrs. Tamara Evans, Rt. 3 Box 517-A, Smithfield 27577; 934-0962 

Faith Mrs. Diane Blackmon, 601 W Walnut St., Selma 27576; 965-2615 

Four Oaks Mrs. Annie Belle Barbour, Rt. 4 Box 434, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2622 

Hephzibah Mrs. Linda King, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569; 965-3909 

Hocutt Memorial. . . Mrs. Elaine Boyette, 511 N. O'Neil St., Clayton 27520; 553-7488 

Kenly Mrs. Jess Jolliff, Rt. 4 Box 229-A, Kenly 27542; 284-2451 

Lee's Chapel Mrs. Joelle Wimberly, Rt.l, Middlesex 27557; 235-4511 

Live Oak Mrs. Ruby Dunn, Rt. 1 Box 269, Selma 27576; 965-3109 



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Pine Level Cathy Smith, P.O.Box 340, Pine Level 27568; 965-5363 

Pisgah Mrs. Irene Whitley, Rt. 3 Box 102, Smithfield 27577; 934-4402 

Princeton Erma Lee Woodard, Rt. 1 Box 267, Princeton 27569; 936-3191 

Sardis Mrs. Linda Massey, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577; 934-6796 

Selma Mrs. Sue Wood, 501 Cherry St., Selma 27576; 965-9228 

Sharon Mrs. Connie Matthews, 112 Cottonwood Dr., Clayton 27520; 772-5817 

Smithfield, First Lois M. Overby, 611 S. Fourth St., Smithfield 27577; 934-2495 

Thanksgiving Mrs. Joe Poole, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-2591 

Trinity Mrs. Lucille Peacock, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Watkins Chapel Mrs. Carmen Creech, Rt. 1 Box 196, Zebulon 27597; 269-8877 

White Oak Mrs. Zoe Underwood, Clayton 27520 

Ordained Ministers Other Than Pastors 

Bethany Charles Carroll, Clayton 27520 

Carter's Chapel .... Willard A. Brown (PI), Rt. 2 Box 122-A, Selma 27576; 965-3704 

Clayton, First W.W. Turner (PI), P.O.Box 315, Clayton 27520 

Four Oaks R.E. Moore (R), Box 164, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2483 

Hoods Grove E.C. Reeves (PI), Rt. 1 Box 361, Clayton 27520; 533-4382 

Kenly John A. Mann (EP) 

Live Oak Lesley Adams, 5 Nottingham PL, Smithfield 27577; 934-6998 

Pisgah J.H. Mauney (R), 402 E. Holt St., Smithfield 27577; 934-7637 

Joe Puckett (R), 513 Lee St., Smithfield 27577; 934-2830 

Pleasant Grove Harold White (PI), 330 Crescent Dr., Clayton 27520 

Selma Horace Ricks (AW), 305 N. Green St., Selma 27576; 965-6957 

Sharon Fletcher Ford, 102 Castle Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-3525 

Robert Barefoot, 104 S. Rogers Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-2064 

White Oak Waymon E. Pritchard (O), 2101 Mission Farm Rd., Clayton 

27520; 553-4140 

Thomas Woodell, (CH), 2101 Mission Farm Rd. Clayton 

27520; 553-5138 

Ministers Ordained This Year 

Benson W.H. "Bill" Denning, Rt. 1 Box 1, Dunn 28334 

Pauline Michael Warren Scales, Buies Creek 27506 

Wilson's Mills Gary L. Chadwick, Drawer C, Hwy. 70-A, Wilson's Mills 

27593; 934-4181 

Ministers Licensed This Year 

Clydes Chapel Bobby L. Smith Box 217, Wendell 27571 

Crestwood .Wade Daughtry, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577 



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Proceedings 

First Day 

1. The 81st annual session of the Johnston Baptist Association was called to order 
at 7:30 p.m., October 17, at the Princeton Baptist Church by Tim Stevens, vice 
moderator. Bruce Johnson led the congregation in singing "God of Grace and God 
of Glory." 

2. Edgar Whitlock, host pastor, welcomed messengers and visitors and made an- 
nouncements about church facilities and about refreshments to be served at the close 
of the meeting. 

3. Thurman Batten presented the printed program and moved that it be the order 
of business. The motion was seconded and adopted. 

Annual Session Agenda 

Johnston Baptist Association 

Princeton Baptist Church 
October 17, 1983 

Theme: Unity of the Spirit in the bond of peach (Ephesians 4:3). 



7:30 Call to Order Maurice Grissom 

Hymn of Praise Bruce Johnson 

Welcome and Announcements Edgar Whitlock 

Adoption of the Order of Business Thurman Batten 

7:40 Theme Interpretation Kenneth Thrasher 

Prayer Jerry Meeks 

7:5; Director of Missions Report Horace Ricks 

8:05 Church Ministry Presentation Edgar Whitlock 

8:15 Convention General Board Report Ben Parker 

Hymn of Dedication 
8:25 Miscellaneous Business 
8:40 Recognitions: Visitors, New Pastors 

Special Music Princeton 

8:50 Annual Sermon Thomas Hupp 

9:15 Benediction Darrell Smith 

TUESDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 18, 1983 
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, SMITHFIELD 

3:15 Call to Order Maurice Grissom 

Hymn of Praise Bruce Johnson 

Welcome and Announcements John Ryberg 

Theme Interpretation Kenneth Thrasher 

Prayer Chuck Poole 

3:30 Message Governor James B. Hunt, Jr. 

Hymn of Missions 

DENOMINATIONAL AGENCIES REPORTS 

4:00 Baptist Hospital Jimmy Hollingsworth 

4:10 Baptist Foundation Frances Cooke 

4:20 Miscellaneous Business .„ 



4:50 Church Ministry Presentation Kenneth Thornton 

Hymn of Dedication 

5:05 Budget & Finance Report Chad Allen 

Time, Place & Preacher Report James Rose 

Committee on Committees Report Tim Stevens 

Committee on Nominations Report Mark White 

5:25 Recognition of Visitors, former Moderators and 
former Director of Missions 

Special Music Pam Osment 

5:35 Message Vern Sullivan 

Announcements John Ryberg 

Prayer and Blessing Butch Austin 

6:00 Supper 

TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 18, 1983 
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, SMITHFIELD 

7:30 Call to Order Moderator 

Hymn of Praise 

7:35 Theme Interpretation Kenneth Thrasher 

Prayer Gene Lockaby 

7:45 Church Ministry Report First Baptist, Smithfield 

7:55 W.M.U. Missions Presentation Mrs. Jan Barry 

8: 10 Resolutions Committee Report John Ryberg 

8:15 Memorials Committee Report Mrs. Lois Overby 

Hymn of Stewardship 
8:25 Miscellaneous Business 

Recognition of New Officers 
8:40 New Moderator's Appointments 

Special Music Smithfield First 

8:45 Theological Lecture GlennT. Miller 

9:15 Benediction Daniel Merritt 



4. Hoyt Lock was appointed by the moderator to act as parliamentarian. 

5. Kenneth Thrasher gave the first of three messages interpreting the theme of the 
program: "Unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace." (Eph. 4:3) The main thrust of 
this message was that God who is above all in creation, in power and in love will help 
us, if we allow Him, to attain unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace. 

6. Jerry Meeks led in prayer. 

7. Director of Missions, Horace Ricks, gave his report, recognized his wife and 
Mrs. Faye Edwards, secretary, and gave a challenging address. 

Director of Missions Report 

The churches of the Johnston Baptist Association have had a good year. Only the 
Director of Missions sees the over-all picture of the progress in the 51 churches. 

It is a great joy to see the churches making progress. Always we are aware that 
churches are moving forward. It can safely be said that every church in the 
association has made some kind of progress during the past year. For this we rejoice 
with the churches. 

But we cannot be satisfied with past accomplishments. We can be encouraged by 
them. Churches have added staff members, organized new classes, departments or 

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new units in the organizations, increased Cooperative Program and missions giving. 
Others have constructed buildings, conducted Sunday School Enlargement Cam- 
paigns, conducted special training studies, or started a new choir. 

How do churches make progress? Annual planning, missions planning, strategy 
planning and long-range planning are essential elements of the process. Progress 
doesn't just happen any more than the sun just happens to shine. It shines by the 
design of the Designer. A church functions properly by design. Plans, programs and 
projects which are biblical based and f uctionally sound will help a church to move its 
ministry forward. 

Churches that select priorities, choose goals and design actions for reaching those 
goals will nearly always make progress. Churches don't function well nor do they 
make progress if their programs are unplanned, unclear and unsupported by the 
leadership and the rest of the membership. 

I plead for congregations and pastors to be more understanding, tolerant and 
cooperative. A high trust level must be developed before a church's ministry can be 
adequately supported and projected. 

Stewardship development remains a great need in all of our churches. We have not 
done enough to develop the biblical stewardship of our people. Extended stewar- 
dship programs that last for four weeks are needed. The Great Challenge Budget 
Planning Program is excellent and could be used in many more of our churches. 
Those which have used it make good progress. Interested church leaders may get 
more information about it by calling your Director of Missions. 

Reports of this nature or inadequate space is a factor, but be assured that your 
association is helping every church in the association. But we could help more chur- 
ches if meetings were better attended, program materials were used more often, and 
cooperative efforts were undergirded by all the churches regardless of the church's 
size, need or location. 

If we are not planning to meet some of your church's needs, please let us know how 
we can help you plan your work. Your Director of Missions is available to help you, 
so are many other associational leaders. 

For the past accomplishments we thank God. With faith, courage and commit- 
ment to God and to one another and to a lost world, we dedicate ourselves and give 
our best efforts to milnistry. 

Horace Ricks, 
Director of Missions 

8. Edgar Whitlock gave a church ministry presentation of the 94 year old Prin- 
ceton Baptist Church. 

9. Benjamin Parker of the Pine Level Church and member of the General Board 
of the Baptist State Convention gave an informative report from the Board. 

10. Bruce Johnson led the congregation in singing the hymn "Beneath the Cross of 
Jesus." 

1 1 . At the miscellaneous business period Hoyt Lock read a proposed amendment 
for Job Description; Charles Creech gave opportunity for individuals to participate 
in a project of binding associational annuals at $40 per volume and having their 
names on a plate in front of the book; and ushers collected registration slips. Also 
Horace Ricks gave certificates to representatives of churches that had increased 
Cooperative Program gifts 100 percent, increased over all gifts by 100 percent, and 
increased baptisms by 100 percent during the years 1977 to 1982. 

12. A motion by Thurman Batten to extend the time 15 minutes was seconded and 
passed. 

13. Mrs. Dorothy Sizemore, dean of students at Meredith College, was recognized 
by the moderator and spoke briefly. New pastors were also recognized. 



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14. Special Music by the Princeton choir was "Wonderful Grace of Jesus." 

15. The annual sermon was preached by Tom Hupp. After reading Ephesians 
3:14-22, he spoke of the height, depth, and width of God's love, the thousands of lost 
people even in Johnston County, the uniting force for followers of Christ, and 
challenged his hearers not to shirk their responsibility of proclaiming the message of 
Christ. 

16. The session was recessed until Tuesday, and the benediction was by Darrell 
Smith. 

SECOND DAY 

17. The second day of the 81st annual session of the Johnston Baptist Association 
convened at the First Baptist Church of Smithfield at 3:15 p.m., Tuesday, October 18 
with Moderator Maurice Grissom presiding. 

18. Bruce Johnson, with Mrs. Melba Woodruff at organ, led in singing "Crown 
Him with Many Crowns." 

19. John Ryberg, host pastor, welcomed the messengers and visitors and explained 
about church facilities and the evening meal. 

20. Kenneth Thrasher's second message interpreting the theme was on the subject 
"God is through us all." Showing how man is prepared to receive the gospel, he poin- 
ted out that we are under holy obligation to proclaim the gospel wherever there is a 
human person. 

21. Chuck Poole led in prayer. 

22. Moderator Grissom introduced Governor James B. Hunt, Jr., who addressed 
the assembly. He spoke about his roots in Wilson County and his continued regular 
attendance in Sunday School and Church. He declared that our mission in life is to 
serve and spoke of his gratitude for support in getting the "Safe Roads Act" through 
the General Assembly and putting down a legislative proposal for a state lottery. 

23. Bruce Johnson led in singing "O Zion Haste." 

24. From the North Carolina Baptist Hospial, Jimmy Hollingsworth reported on 
ways the hospital takes care of special medical needs which smaller hospitals are not 
equipped to handle and provides spiritual ministry as well as physical. 

Baptist Hospital Report 

From modest beginnings 60 years ago, North Carolina Baptist Hospital has grown 
to a 700-bed facility serving the region and the nation. Baptist Hospital is continuing 
to extend and improve its service. 

During the year the hospital has installed a nuclear resonance machine in the 
Department of Diagnostic Radiology. With the use of radio waves, this machine 
produces pictures as good or better than standard x-rays and can also provide 
valuable information based on the body's chemistry without any radiation hazard. 

Baptist Hospital is also providing a new treatment aimed at finding and removing 
the cause of heart attacts. The procedure attempts to dissolve clots in the coronary ar- 
teries feeding blood to the heart muscle by injecting a clot-dissolving drug through a 
catheter. 

During the past year a survey team from the North Carolina Department of 
Human Resources designated the hospital's Emergency Department as a Level I 
trauma center which indicates that the department offers all major services for 
serious injuries 24 hours a day seven days a week. 

Because of these and other services provided by the hospital, a total of 23,903 
patients were admitted to the hospital during the year for a total of 213,021 days of 
patient care. An additional 66,039 persons visited the hospital's emergency room and 
out-patient clinics. 

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The Department of Pastoral Care provided more than 14,000 hours of pastoral ser- 
vice to hospital patients, their families, and the Medical Center staff besides leading a 
least four worship services each week in the Davis Memorial Chapel. 

The Pastoral Counseling division provided 14,493 hours of counseling to persons 
who had individual or family problems. The Clinical Pastoral Education division 
provided training at some level for more than 100 students. 

In order to provide adequate care for its patients, Baptist Hospital employs ap- 
proximately 3,500 people and has buildings and equipment valued at more than 
$100,000,000. The operating budget for 1983 was $101,000,000. 

During this past year the hospital trustees have reviewed plans* for another major 
capital expansion program to begin when construction funds are available. 

Careful management with continuing emphasis on cost-containment projects has 
made it possible for the hospital to operate in the black with only a four percent room 
rate increase during the past year. 

During the 1982 fiscal year the hospital received from the churches of the Baptist 
State Convention a total of $497,019 through the Cooperative Program and $343,665 
through the North Carolina Missions Offering. Cooperative Program funds helped 
to underwrite the budget of the Pastoral Care Department and the gifts received 
through North Carolina Missions Offering assist financially needy patients in paying 
their hospital bills. During the 1981-82 associational year all of the churches of the 
Johnston Baptist Association except one made contributions to the Baptist Hospital. 

The hospital administration and staff are deeply grateful to the Baptist State Con- 
vention and all of its constituents whose leadership and support make it possible for 
the hospital to provide these ministries. 

W.W. Turner, Representative 



25. A report on the Baptist Foundation by Ms. Frances Cook showed how in- 
diviluals can continue to support missions of our faith on into future years even with 
small beginning amounts. Her main emphasis was total commitment. 

Baptist Foundation Report 

Have you ever received a "Mrs. Pig letter"? We want our 1983 report to be such a 
thank you note to North Carolina Baptists. 

When our children were tots they, like other children, had their favorite story 
book that never was read enough to suit them. Even today as adults, they agree that 
Postman of Bay berry Lane was their favorite book. 

The gist of the story centered around Mrs. Pig who everyday met the postman at 
her mail box but to no avail. The postman felt "sorry" for Mrs. Pig because her box 
was always empty, so he suggested she have a party and invite all other ladies in the 
community, such as Mrs. Cow, Mrs. Horse, Mrs. Sheep, etc. The party was planned, 
the ladies came, and for days afterwards thank you notes were delivered by Mr. 
Postman to Mrs. Pig. So, at our house, when thank you notes are written or received 
we chuckle and remember with nostalgia that these are "Mrs. Pig letters." 

We of the Foundation are indeed thankful for what Baptists of North Carolina are 
doing to guarantee support for the multitude of Christian missions and ministries 
carried on by Baptists. To serve in the Trustee role as managers of trust funds 
established by gifts from individuals, both living and through will, is an exciting ex- 
perience. 

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During the past year increased interest has been shown by individuals attending 
estate planning seminars sponsored by the Foundation and through personal visits by 
Foundation staff. Greater numbers are committing a tithe of what they leave at 
death, when they no longer need it, to Christian causes. 

The asset value of trusts held at the end of last fiscal year totalled $8,214,696.00. 
Designated new additions to trusts were $276,815.00. Income from investments of 
trust assests totalled $523,140.00. Investment asset market value gain during the year 
was $398,812.00. 

We are thankful for the facilities in the new Baptist Building making it possible to 
have the staff in one suite of offices. It has been pleasant to welcome many adult 
church groups who have visited the new building. 

We welcome other visits or opportunities to discuss with individuals effective estate 
planning alternatives involving Wills and trusts which could provide sustained sup- 
port for Baptist causes(s) even beyond lifetime. 

Jerry Meeks, Representative 

26. Mrs. Ethel Smith spoke for Baptist Colleges and Universities, emphasizing the 
benefits from these schools and saying we should appreciate, support and pray for 
them. 

Christian Higher Education 

NEW COLLEGE PRESIDENTS 

Wingate College and Wake Forest University have elected new presidents. Dr. 
Paul R. Corts took office on July 1, 1983. Dr. Thomas K. Hearn, Jr., assumes the 
presidency of Wake Forest on October 1, 1983. 

Dr. Corts has been a college teacher and administrator in Kentucky and 
Oklahoma. A graduate of Georgetown College and Indiana University, he is an ex- 
perienced leader and author in the fields of communications and fund raising. 

Dr. Hearn, an ordained Baptist minister, is a graduate of Birmingham Southern 
College, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and Vanderbilt University. He has 
served one pastorage in Indiana. He is an experienced college teacher and ad- 
ministrator in Virginia and Alabama. 

Congratulations to Wingate and Wake Forest! These qualified leaders join 
Presidents Fred B. Bentley, John E. Weems, Norman A. Wiggins, Bruce E. 
Whitaker and Craven E. Williams as leaders in Christian higher education for Nor- 
th Carolina Baptists. 

SEEKING THE BAPTIST STUDENT 

All of the seven North Carolina Baptist colleges want to serve more of the students 
from the churches. Pastors and lay leaders can help by recommending Baptist 
colleges to Baptist young people. 

Information about the colleges may be obtained by writing or calling the Council 
on Christian Higher Education or the Offices of Admissions of the individual 
schools. 

CALLING THE ROLL IN GRATITUDE 

North Carolina has been a leader among Baptists in Christian higher education 
for 149 years. Moral and financial support from the churches has made possible the 
ministry of our colleges. The Cooperative Program continues to provide health for 
the colleges and opportunity for young people. 



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Campbell, Chowan, Gardner-Webb, Mars Hill, Meredith, Wake Forest and 
Wingate are grateful to North Carolina Baptists. Please continue to favor us with 
your young people, your gifts and your prayers. 



27. John Ryberg called attention to materials offering scholarships from Wake 
Forest University. Willard Brown announced that Wake Forest University shares in 
Cooperative Program gifts from only five of the churches of the association, but that 
any church can help support the school by writing a letter to the Baptist State Con- 
vention asking that Wake Forest share in its Cooperative Program gifts. 

28. Hoyt Lock moved the adoption of the Constitution Committee report. It was 
seconded and adopted. 



Motion to amend the Job Description for the Budget and Finance Committee to 
read as follows: Change from Composition - Six members To read: Composition - 
seven members, one being the Associational Treasurer who will be a non-rotating 
member. Rotating term of office for the other six-(do not change any other wor- 
ding). 



Grace Smith, Representative 



Constitution Committee Report 



Hoyt Lock, Chairman 



29. Hubert Allen presented the Treasurer's report. 



Johnston Baptist Association Income 

October 9, 1982 - September 30, 1983 



CHURCHES C 
Antioch 
Baptist Center 
Baptist Tabernacle 
Benson 
Benson Grove 
Bethany 
Bethesda 
Beulah 

Blackman's Grove 
Burnell 
Clavary, Dunn 
Calvary, Selma 
Carter's Chapel 
Cedar Grove 
Clayton, First 
Clyde's Chapel 
Corinth 
Crestwood 
Faith 



CONTRIBUTIONS 



$ 265.00 
415.00 
1,200.00 
1,100.00 



45.00 
350.00 
450.00 

2,400.00 
900.00 
450.00 

1,116.00 
362.00 



50.00 
300.00 
1,055.00 
300.39 
290.00 
200.00 
540.00 



Four Oaks 
Hales Chapel 
Hephzibah 
Hocutt Memorial 
Hood's Grove 
Jonesboro 
Kenly 

Lee's Chapel 
Live Oak 
Micor 
Middlesex 
Newton Grove 
Noble's Chapel 
North Smithfield 
Oliver's Grove 
Parrish Memorial 
Pauline 
Pine Level 
Pisgah 



1,200.00 
375.00 
1,100.00 
3,937.62 
67.50 
125.00 
105.00 
624.00 
850.00 
555.28 
890.67 
350.00 
400.00 
200.00 
250.00 
531.57 
422.50 
1,402.00 
1,200.00 



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Pleasant Grove 


446.44 


Thanksgiving 


525.65 


Princeton 


1,233.30 


Trinity 





Sardis 


500.00 


Watkin's Chapel 


584.00 


Selma 


2,950.00 


White Oak 


1,258.06 


Sharon 


1,207.63 


Wilson's Mills 


1,407.35 


Miilon 


97ft on 


M iscella neons 




Smithfield 


2,500.00 


West Virginia Project 


1,547.17 


Steven's Chapel 


469.02 


Total Income 


$46,338.25 



Johnston Baptist Association Disbursements 1982-1983 

budgeted disbursed 

1982-83 1982-83 

200 SALARIES & BENEFITS: 

1. Salaries $18,667.00 $18,338.57 

2. Utilities 4,000.00 4,000.08 

3. Insurance 2,302.52 2,315.06 

4. Annuity 3,522.00 3,521.88 

5. FICA Taxes 2,000.00 1,607.74 

300 OPERATING EXPENSES: 

1. Supplies & Postage 2,700.00 2,674.74 

2. Building & Equipment Needs ($200.00) 1,800.00 1,230.73 

3. Utilities (building) 2,200.00 1,867.39 

4. Insurance (building) 300.00 300.97 

5. D.O.M. Travel 3,000.00 2,999.88 

6. D.O.M. Convention & Conferences 1.200.00 793.00 

7 . Associational Promotion 250 .00 115.80 

8. Budget Promotion 200.00 47.00 

400 ANNUAL MEETING: 

1 . Publishing Annuals 750.00 708. 08 

2. Speakers 150.00 100.00 

3. Clerk 200.00 200.00 

4. Historian 400.00 331.50 

500 ORGANIZATIONS: 

1. Woman's Missionary Union 750.00 404.23 

2. Brotherhood 750.00 500.50 

3. Sunday School 435.00 286.41 

4. Church Training 200.00 25.00 

600 PROGRAMS: 

1. Music 100.00 0.0 

2. Evangelism 200.00 0.0 

3. Vacation Bible School 200.00 99.70 

4. Mission Ministries 250.00 53.06 

5. Leader Training 500.00 134.00 

6. Youth Ministry 300.00 78.89 

7. Library/Media Center 100.00 0.0 

8 . Senior Adult Ministry 1 50 . 00 47 . 30 

9. Stewardship Development 100.00 5.10 

10. Seminary Extension 200.00 5.10 

1 1 . 1 984 World Missions Conference 1 , 500 . 00 0.0 

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700 



MISCELLANEOUS: 
BUDGET TOTAL: 



50.00 
$49,426.52 



45.84 



800 



1 . West Virginia 

2. Decaon's Banquet 

3. Sunday School Campaign 



1,683.67 
1,324.34 
1,294.00 



TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS: 



$47,139.56 



Beginning Checking Account Balance October 9, 1982 

Plus Deposits 

Less Disbursements 

Balance in Checking Account September 30, 1983 

Balance in Savings Account September 30, 1983 



$ 2,241.03 
46,338.25 
47,139.56 
$ 1,439.72 
$ 1,123.69 



World Missions Conference Account 



$ 3,086.55 



30. Charles Creech called attention to his report and announced that enough 
money had been donated to bind seven volumes of minutes and that there was need to 
bind nine more. 



Your historian has taken the following actions during the past year in perserving 
the history of the association. 

1. In June, commerative plates from some of our churches were donated to the 
North Carolina Baptist Historical Collection at Wake Forest University to be placed 
in an exhibit the Historical Collection is planning in the near future. All the chur- 
ches in the association were invited to submit plates for this exhibit. The following 
five were the only ones actually submitting plates: Baptist Tabernacle, Corinth, 
Sardis, Watkin's Chapel and White Oak. 

2. The Johnston Association Annual Minute Preservation Project is progressing 
steadily. We now have a complete set of all 80 years 1903-1982. The first 20 years 
have been processed at the North Carolina Archives in Raleigh to have their old brit- 
tle pages restored and preserved. All 80 years are now at a bindery being bound in 
hard back volumes with leather covers - each five years will compose one bound 
volume. 

3. An abbreviated history of the 80 years of the association was written in May and 
submitted to be published in the Heritage of Johnston County Book which is 
scheduled for publication by the Hunter Publishing Company next year. The 
publication of the Heritage of Johnston County Book is being co-ordinated through 
Johnston Technical College. Attached for publication in this year annual minutes is 
a copy of this abbreviated history. 



On October 13, 1903, representatives of 30 churches in the Johnston County area 
came together at Selma to form the Johnston Baptist Association. The Johnston 
Association came into being largely because the Raleigh Association found that the 
number of churches was increasing at such a rapid rate and the territory embraced 
was so broad that many of the delegates, were unable to attend the meetings of the 



Report of Historian 



Charles W. Creech 
Associational Historian 



History of the Johnston Baptist Association 



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body. At the 98th annual session of the Raleigh Association, held with the Smithfield 
Baptist Church on October 29, 30, 31, and November 1, 1903, a resolution was passed 
dividing the Raleigh Association and forming a new association in the territory of 
Johnston County. 

On Friday afternoon, October 30, 1903, a meeting of those interested in the for- 
mation of a new association was held in the Sunday School room of the Smithfield 
Baptist Church. Brother J.W. Suttle presided. On motion, a meeting of the 
representatives from the churches comprising the new body was called to be held with 
the Selma Baptist Church on Friday night, Saturday, and Sunday November 27, 28, 
29, 1903, for the purpose of perfecting the new organization. 

On Friday night, November 27, 1903, the first meeting of the new association con- 
vened at the Selam Baptist Church. The founding sermon was preached by 
Livingston Johnson, secretary of the Baptist State Convention. The first meeting was 
called to order by J.W. Suttle, acting moderator, with T.J. Lassiter acting as clerk. 
Thirty churches were represented by messengers. The group named themselves the 
"Johnston County Baptist Association." The name was changed in 1924 to the 
"Johnston Baptist Association." 

The first slate of officers were elected as follows: R.H. Gower, Moderator; J. P. 
Cannady, Vice Moderator; T.J. Lassiter, Clerk; C.W. Richardson, Treasurer; and 
C.W.Blanchard, Historian. J.M. Beaty, M.C. Winston, Joseph F. Poole, J.T. Holt, 
and J.H. Boon were elected as the first Executive Committee. 

In 1903, the first 30 churches were served by only nine ministers, who served fields 
of three or more churches. Through the years approximately 500 dedicated men of 
God have served as pastors of the churches in the association. Charles Spurgeon 
Creech pastored churches in the association longer than any other minister. During 
the 35 years he is listed as pastor in the association, he served six different churches. 
The average length of a pastorate in the association is approximately four years. The 
association now has 51 churches led by 51 ministers. 

In 1905,. an official organ of communication for the association, a newsletter was 
begun. The Johnston Messenger, as it is called today, is distributed to more than 
1000 church leaders in the association. 

Since its beginning, the association has published each year the proceedings of its 
annual sessions in an associational annual along with a variety of statistical infor- 
mation about the associational organizations and the churches. The information in 
these annuals is a valuable historical resource. Recognizing this value, the 
associational leaders have periodically through the years taken action to preserve 
these records. The current historian, Charles Creech, has recently taken action to 
perserve a complete set of these minutes by having the oldest copies restored by the 
N.C. Archives and the entire set bound in hard back protective volumes. Also 
Historian Creech prepared in 1978, a comprehensive history of the association of 
some 50 pages in length which was presented as part of the program at the 75th an- 
niversary of the association. 

A Woman's Missionary Union, auxiliary to the Johnston Baptist Association, was 
organized at the beginning of the association in 1903. The first leaders were Mrs. 
Ashley Home and Mrs. W.M. Pettway. By 1905, only six churches reported 
Woman's Missionary Union organizations. Today every church in the association 
reports W.M.U. organizations. In 1939, for the first time, the Johnston Association 
reported Brotherhood organizations, although Royal Ambassadors, for young boys 
was reported as early as 1910. 

Church training programs have been in the forefront of the association since its 
beginnings. The largest effort in Church Training has been through the Sunday 
School organizations. In 1903, the 30 churches reported over 2,000 enrolled in Sun- 
day School organizations. Today the churches enroll approximately 8,500 in Sunday 
Schools, additional 2,500 in Training Union Programs, and over 4,000 in Vacation 

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Bible Schools. In 1925, the association employed its first Associational Director to 
work with Training programs in the churches. This worker, Miss Gladys H. Beck, 
was only employed a short time and was paid by the State Sunday School Board. 

In 1973, Ted Daugherty was employed as the first full-time Associational 
Missionary to direct the work of the association. He made great progress with 
training programs for the young people. After about 15 months, Rev. Daugherty 
returned to the seminary to teach and because of a lack of support from the churches 
the position was not filled again until 1944. However, in the summer of 1940, a tem- 
porary worker was employed for a short period of time, Mrs. John H. Stokes. In 
1944, with about one third of the support coming from the State Baptist Convention 
the association employed Paul Deaton as full-time Associational Missionary. He also 
served for a few months and in 1946 N.A. Catlett was employed as Associational 
Missionary and served until 1948. He made great impact in the area of Vacation 
Bible Schools. He also was instrumental in leading the small weaker churches into 
stronger ministries. 

In 1949, J.H. Mauney was called as Associational Missionary. In 1955, Mrs. Dale 
Mitchiner was called to the position and in 1957, Paul Nix was called to the position. 
During this period of time a systematic selection of meeting places for all 
associational meetings was instituted. 

In 1962, Raymond E. Moore was called as Associational Missionary and served the 
association for 17 years until his retirement in 1978. During this period of time great 
strides were made in the area of associational missions. In 1977, an associational of- 
fice building was constructed and dedicated to the work of God in Johnston County. 
In 1978, the association employed for the first time a secretary to assist the Director of 
Missions. 

In 1978, Horace Ricks was called as associational Director of Missions. Dr. Ricks 
for years had been a strong supporter of associational work having served for many 
years as clerk of the association. Dr. Ricks also holds the record for the longest 
pastorate at the same church in the association. He served the Princeton Church 
continuously for almost 30 years prior to accepting the call as Director of Missions. 
Dr. Ricks has done an excellent job of promoting the work of the association. He has 
been very insturmental in many of the training programs for the churches of the 
association. 

The Johnston Baptist Association has been a vital force in carrying forth the work 
of God in Johnston County. This statement found at the close of the 1936 annual 
session continues to portray the work and the people of the Johnston Baptist 
Association: "The church house was filled with people, the day was beautiful, and 
the spirit and interest in the Lord's work was good." 

Charles W. Creech, 
Historian 

31. Leonard Gerrell, representative from Baptist Children's homes, invited 
representatives from churches to dnner at the First Baptist Church, Garner, Novem- 
ber 29, to share with them what the Children's Homes are doing. 



Baptist Children's Homes 

The primary purpose of Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina, Incor- 
porated, is to minister to children and families who need the services we offer. Our 
main goal is to rehabilitate families. 



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The Raleigh Area Family Services Center seeks to serve children and families with 
in a 12 county area. These counties are: Chatham, Durham, Franklin, Granville, 
Johnston, Lee, Nash, Orange, Person, Vance, Wake and Warren. 

We are available to share our Bapitst Children's Homes services with people in the 
churches and communities. We appreciate the help so many people give us when 
they share with others the story and ministry of the Baptist Children's Homes. 

The Children's Homes has affected the lives of more than 5,000 people during the 
past 12 months. With more than a dozen programs of care, and with services being 
offered from 25 locations across North Carolina, Baptists can be confident that the 
Baptist Children's Homes is seeking every means possible to serve needy people in 
Christ's name. 

David and Betsy Forsythe continue to provide child care services to both boys and 
girls through the Henderson Emergency Child Care Center, 305 South Chestnut 
Street, Henderson, North Carolina. This program is a cooperative effort between 
Henderson First Baptist Church, the Cullum Baptist Association and Baptist 
Children's Homes of North Carolina. 

We are grateful for the continuing support of our fellow Baptists through the 
Cooperative Program, the North Carolina Missions Offering and designated gifts. 

On July 1, 1983, the Baptist Children's Homes welcomed its new President, Dr. 
Michael C. Blackwell, a native of Gastonia. Dr. Blackwell becomes the eighth 
President of the Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina and follows in a noble 
tradition of excellence established by the seven men who preceded him in this 
position. In making the announcement of Dr. Blackwell's selection, Dr. William 
Brown, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, said that "we firmly believe that Dr. 
Blackwell will continue to lead this vital ministry in an exemplary manner. His 
unique talents, personality and commitments will assure that this ministry remains at 
the vanguard of excellence in child care in meeting the challenge of resolving the 
hurts of children and families in need." 

Dr. Blackwell served churches in both North Carolina and Virginia before 
assuming the Presidency of the Baptist Children' s Homes. 

Carolyn Tharrington, Representative 

32. Fred Scheffer gave a church ministry report for Bethesda Baptist Church. 

33. Bruce Johnson led in singing "Greater Redeemer, We Adore Thee." 

34. Chad Allen moved the adoption of the proposed Ministry Action Budget. The 
motion was seconded and after discussion was adopted. 

Ministry- Action Budget 

1983-1984 

JOHNSTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

"Ministry- Action budgeting is a process by which an association plans its spending 
around the ministries it determines needful and consistant with its reason for being." 
This means we must start the budget making process by examining the purpose of the 
association. In doing this, the Budget Committee sought input from the leadership of 
the association including paid and voluntary staff. We have taken that input into 
consideration and present the following recommended budget for the Johnston Bap- 
tist Association for the associational year 1983-84. 



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200 - SALARIES & BENEFITS: 

The ministries of the Johnston Baptist Association requires that we have at least 
two paid staff members. They are the Director of Missions and the office secretary. 
The paid staff, along with a large number of unpaid staff provide the required 
leadership for the orderly accomplishment of our overall task. The association staff, 
paid and unpaid, is available to assist every church in the association. 

Budgeted 82-83 Budgeted 83-84 



1. Salaries 


$18,667.00 


$20,502.00 


2. Utilities 


4,000.00 


4,000.00 


3. Insurance 


2,302.52 


2,350.00 


4. Annuity 


3,522.00 


3,965.00 


5. FICA Taxes 


2,000.00 


2,100.00 


Total: 


$30,469.00 


$32,917.00 


300 - OPERATING EXPENSES: 






The ministries proposed require certain support services through the associational 


office. These services and materials aid the association 


in effectively carrying out its 


mission and fulfilling its purpose. 






1 . Supplies & Postage 


$ 2,700.00 


$ 3,000.00 


2. Building & Equipment Needs 


1,800.00 


1,800.00 


3. Utilities (Building) 


2,200.00 


2,200.00 


4. Insurance (Building) 


300.00 


305.00 


5. D.O.M. Travel 


3,000.00 


3,450.00 


6. D.O.M. Conventions & Conferences 


1,200.00 


1,200.00 


7. Associational Promotion 


250.00 


150.00 


8. Budget Promotion 


200.00 


100.00 


Total: 


$11,650.00 


$12,205.00 



400 - ANNUAL MEETING: 

The constitution requires that the association meet in annual session. This 
meeting is so vital to Baptist life that none of us would want to be without it. From 
all 51 communities, we meet to worship, fellowship, report, preach and learn new in- 
formation helpful to all the churches. The annual meeting requires a Book of Ad- 
vance Reports, speakers, clerk, historian and published minutes of the business and 
reports. These minutes and tables in the annual are used by churches, associations, 
officers, Baptist State Convention, Southern Baptist Convention, educational in- 
stitutions, denominational and public libraries, and historical societies. The annual 
meeting is a review of what we have done, a projection of where we are going and a 
call to renewed dedication to Christ and to missions in the association, State, Nation 
and the World. 

1. Publishing Annuals $ 750.00 $ 750.00 

2. Speakers 150.00 150.00 

3. Clerk 200.00 200.00 

4. Historian 400.00 300.00 
Total: $ 1,500.00 $ 1,400.00 

500 - ORGANIZATIONS: 

The association exists for the benefit of the churches which constitute her member- 
ship. The four organizations listed below are available to assist any church in the 
association in their respective areas of ministry. Missions, Bible Study and Church 
Training are vital functions without which our work would not succeed. Churches 
are urged to use these organizations to assist in their individual local ministries. 

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1. Woman's Missionary Union $ 750.00 $ 750.00 

2. Brotherhood 750.00 600.00 

3. Sunday School 435.00 685.00 

4. Church Training 200.00 400.00 
Total: $ 2,135.00 $ 2,435.00 

600 - PROGRAMS: 

Additional assistance is available to each church within the association through 
the following programs. Through these programs associational leadership is able to 
provide interpretation of the convention programs, and also assist the churches in 
adapting them to their needs. As with the organizations, the programs of the 
association are available to every church. Valuable information and worthwhile 
training are available to our churches through these programs. 



1. Music 


$ 100.00 


$ 100.00 


2. Evangelism 


200.00 


150.00 


3. Vacation Bible School 


200.00 


0.00 


4. Mission Ministries 


250.00 


150.00 


5. Leader Training 


500.00 


500.00 


6. Youth Ministry 


300.00 


150.00 


7. Library/Media Center 


100.00 


100.00 


8. Senior Adult Ministry 


150.00 


100.00 


9. Stewardship Development 


100.00 


50.00 


10. Seminary Extension 


200.00 


200.00 


11. 1984 World Missions Conference 


1,500.00 


1,500.00 


Total: 


$ 3,600.00 


$ 3,000.00 


700 - MISCELLANEOUS: 






Non-Budgeted Items 


50.00 


0.00 


TOTAL BUDGET 


$49,426.52 


$51,957.00 



This recommended Ministry-Action Budget for the associational year 1983-84 is an 
increase of only $2,553.00 over the 1982-83 budget. Your Budget Committee feels 
this is a reasonable budget and one which will enable our association to function ef- 
fectively without putting undue stress on anyone. We would encourage every church 
to include the association in its budget at a level equal to 3 percent of its undesignated 
income. And we strongly urge every church to instruct their treasurer to send their 
contribution each month. 

Respectively submitted, 
The Budget & Finance Committee: 
Chadwick Allen, Chairman, 
Hubert Allen, Jan Barry, 
Clitus Hinton,Tom Hupp, E.S. Simpson 



35. The moderator called attention to the Time, Place and Preacher Committee 
report. It was moved and seconded and adopted. 

Time, Place, Preacher Committee Report 

Your committee respectfully submits the following report: The 1984 associational 
meeting will be held on Monday, October 22, 1984 and Tuesday, October 23, 1984 as 
set out in the associational constitution and bylaws. 

Your committee has received invitations from the following: Monday session: 



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Crestwood Baptist Church, Smithfield; Tuesday session: Wilson's Mills Baptist 
Church, Wilson's Mills. 

We suggest that the following be named as preacher for the annual sermon: Rev. 
Tom Herndon, pastor of Hocutt Memorial and Rev. Leon Tart, pastor of Jonesboro 
Baptist Church be named the alternate preacher. 

James W. Rose, Chairman 



36. Tim Stevens moved the adoption of the Committee on Committee's report, elec- 
ting those with terms ending in 1986 and those not rotating. This motion seconded 
and adopted. (See Associational Directory.) 

37. Mark White presented the report of the Committee on Nominations, already 
adopted by the General Board, with one change naming Tom Herndon as 
Brotherhood Director, and moved that he be elected. The motion was seconded and 
adopted. (See Associational Directory.) He also presented nominations for general 
officers and moved their election. Since there were no other nominations the motion 
was seconded and adopted by standing vote. (See Associational Directory.) 

38. Visitors, former moderators and Directors of Missions were recognized: The 
moderators - JftfclftRyberg, Hoyt Lock, Kenneth Thrasher, and Horace Ricks; Direc- 
tor of Missions - R.E. Moore. 

39. Mrs. Pam Osment sang "Lord Make Me an Instrument of Thy Peace." 

40. Hoyt Lock introduced Vern Strickland, layman of Live Oak Church, who read 
John 15:5; 16:7-8 and spoke on what the church needs most. The answer, he said, is 
Jesus. Jesus whom the Father sent, who preached the gospel, was raised from the 
dead, sent the Holy Spirit, revives His people, and has gone to prepare a place for 
them. He reminded his hearers that Jesus said, "Without me ye can do nothing." 

41. After thanking officers and committees and announcing that Vice Moderator 
Tim Stevens would preside at the evening meeting, Moderator Grissom called on 
John Ryberg for announcements about the evening meal. 

42. Butch Austin led in prayer and blessing. 

43. Evening meal and fellowship. 

TUESDAY EVENING 

44. Vice Moderator Tim Stevens called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m., and 
Bruce Johnson led in singing "God of Our Fathers." 

45. Kenneth Thrasher's final message on theme interpretation was entitled "God 
in You all." With Christ in us, he said, "Woe to us if we fail to express the unity 
which the Spirit gives." 

46. Eugene Lockaby led in prayer. 

47. Lee Colbert gave the Church Ministry report for the First Baptist Church of 
Smithfield and presented the Handbell Choir. 

48. Mrs. Jan Barry called attention to the W.M.U. Report. 

Woman's Missionary Union Report 

The Great Commission found in Matthew 28:18-20 provides the foundation stone 
for Woman's Missionary Union. 

Being a part of a missions organization provides opportunities for spiritual growth 
and development through mission study, mission action, personal witnessing and 
mission support. 

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Meetings of the W.M.U. Associational Council have been held at the J.B.A. 
building regularly. We have had the support and inspiration as well as guidance 
from our Director of Missions who has attended the council meetings along with Mrs. 
Ricks. These meetings have been times of planning, sharing and praying. In June 
the Council had a brunch on Saturday morning and invited the W.M.U. Directors 
from the churches. 

All the regular meetings planned for our organization have been held beginning 
with the Leadership Conference last September at the Wilson's Mills church. The 
officers had attended workshops at Ridgecrest or state meeting at Rocky Mount and 
shared information, ideas and inspiration. 

The World Day of Prayer was observed November 1 at Bethesda with Rev. and 
Mrs. W.K. Wellman, missionaries serving in the Carribean, who shared some of 
their experiences pertaining to the work they are doing. 

The Mission Friends meeting was held at Lee's Chapel on March 26. Director 
Carmen Creech planned good activities and had good attendance at the meeting. 

On March 12 the Girls in Action met at Hocutt Memorial with Gloria Parrish 
taking charge as new director. Kerry Smith was the mission speaker. Kerry is a 
student at Campbell University and is from Johnston County. He has been working 
with the association doing Backyard Bible Schools for migrant children in the area. 

The Acteen Meeting was planned for March 24 but a snow storm caused can- 
cellation of the meeting and was rescheduled May 12 at Benson Grove. Johanna 
Wood showed slides and told of mission work her group from North Carolina State 
had done in Kentucky. Johanna is a former president of Acteens of Johnston 
Association and daughter of Flora Wood, Acteen 's Director. 

The Baptist Young Women's meeting was held March 26 at White Oak. Pastor 
and Mrs. John Rogers of Buies Creek talked about marriage enrichment. Director 
Linda King presented the program. 

The W.M.U. meeting was held at Bethany Baptist Church on Saturday, April 16. 
Mrs. Susie Stroud of Reidsville was the mission speaker. Mrs. Stroud was born in 
Korea and she emphasized how lucky we are to live in the United States and have 
religious freedom. 

On May 14, Shirley Byrd, Baptist Women Director led in a study of the Baptist 
Women's Manuel at the Clemmons State Park near Clayton. Everyone brought their 
lunch and enjoyed the out-of-doors study. 

Life-Changing Accountability was our theme for the year, encouraging all women 
to engage in planned prayer support, develop a personal ministering and witnessing 
lifestyle, increase personal giving for missions through church, influence the church 
to increase the precentage of budget given through the Cooperative Program and par- 
ticipate in a W.M.U. organization. 

It has been a good year for Johnston Baptist Association Woman's Missionary 
Union. Again this year we achieved the Distinguished Award through the dedication 
and hard work of the W.M.U. Council. It is such joy to be associated with them and 
all the women in Johnston Association. 

Jan Barry, Associational W.M.U. Director 

49. Mrs. Barry also introduced the pastor of First Southern Baptist Church of 
Grandview, West Virginia, Lawrence Stewart. Mr. Stewart gave a fresh, first-hand 
report, using slides to tell about a project which some churches of this association 
support with gifts of $15 per month. He thanked the people for their gifts, told about 
the large numbers of people to be ministered to in the area of the church, the 
struggles and progress on their building, a mission started by the church, and presen- 
ted a plaque to the association in recognition of its support. 

50. John Ryberg read the report of the Resolutions Committee and moved its adop- 
tion. The motion was seconded and adopted. 

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Report of Resolutions Committee 



Whereas the 81st annual meeting of the Johnston Baptist Association has been in 
session on October 17 and 18, 1983 

Whereas, messengers and visitors have received the fellowship and hospitality of 
host churches, Princeton, Smithfield First, Bethesda, North Smithfield, Sharon - 
and a home-style "dinner on the grounds" from the kitchens of our dear women. 

Whereas the officers and program committee have provided so abundantly for our 
spiritual nature, in describing our common work in Christ Jesus - 

Be it therefore resolved, by the Johnston Baptist Association, in annual session at 
the First Baptist Church of Smithfield, October 18, 1983, that we renew our allegian- 
ce to Jesus Christ as Lord of our lives, of our churches and of our association, that 
His Kingdom may come on earth as it is in Heaven. 



51. Mrs. Lois Oberby gave the Memorial Committee report, distributing a list of 
church members who had died during the past year, and Thad Hardee played a 
handbell solo: "Jesus Loves Me," "O How He Loves You and Me" and "Fairest Lord 
Jesus." 



Mrs. Clarence Woodard, Glen Wiggs, 
John Ryberg, Chairman 




Our Beloved Dead 




Mrs. Bonnie Narron 
Mrs. Clyde Godwin 
Mrs. Mamie Stancil 
Jim Hinton 



Luther Godwin 
BEULAH 



BETHESDA 



Jim Gossett 



Mrs. Jo Ann Langston 



Alvin Narron (Deacon) 



BAPTIST CENTER 
Miss Andra Keene 



Mrs. Betty Barefoot 
John Henry Johnson 



BAPTIST TABERNACLE 
Mrs. Lilian Driver 
Ivey Barham 
Robert Hight 
Ervin Fuller 
Mrs. Ercella Richarson 
Mrs. Cora Strickland 



BLACKMAN'S GROVE 



BURNELL 
W.T. Allen 



J. Garrett Lee (Deacon) 
Mrs. Emma Johnson 
Mrs. Grace Cole 



BENSON 

Mrs. Hazel Gardner 
Miss Sarah Turlington 
Mrs. Cleo Britt 

R. Leslie (Bill) Smith (Deacon) 



CARTER'S CHAPEL 
John W. Sutton 



BENSON GROVE 

Mrs. Mildred Thornton 
Mrs. Ellie Barbour 



CLAYTON, FIRST 
Mrs. W.M. Lee 
Mrs. E.B. Eson 
Edward Lambert 
John Starling, Jr. 
Mrs. Rachel Hendrick 





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J 

I James Painter (Deacon) 
I Mrs. Callie Johnson 

CORINTH 

Mrs. Myrtle C. Keller 
Mrs. Mary Richardson 
Vincent Ciampa 

FOUR OAKS 

Miss Lerma Godwin 

HALES CHAPEL 

Mrs. Sipsie Bailey Creech 
Jessie Driver (Deacon) 

HEPHZIBAH 

Mrs. Annie Adams 
Mrs. Inez Braswell 
Robert Braswell 
Forest Woodard 

HOCUTT MEMORIAL 
A.B. Batten (Deacon) 
Gordon Holder 
Mrs. Thelma Hardee 

HOODS GROVE 
Hugh Lee 

JONESBORO 
Carl Penny 
Hobert Holmes 
Minson Webb 

KENLY 

Mrs. Carl Lewis 
G.C. Phillips 

LEES CHAPEL 
Mrs. Lillian Driver 
Cullus Bunn 
Webb Kemp 

LIVE OAK 

Sammie Collier 
Raymond Atkinson 
Mrs. Ronnie Hicks 
Mrs. Gertrude Narron 

NICRO, FIRST 
Owen Batten 

MIDDLESEX 

Mrs. Bettie Chamblee 
Wanza Hales 
Ralph Edwards 

I NOBLES CHAPEL 
Roma Glover 



Ed Liles 

Mrs. Hattie Flowers 

NORTH SMITHFIELD 
Mrs. Bertie H. Barnes 

OLIVERS GROVE 
Ray Allen 
Lonnie Allen 
Mrs. Sallie Hall 

PARRISH MEMORIAL 
Jim Medlin 
Ida Jackson 
Eva Mitchell 

PINE LEVEL 
Harvey Woodard 
Raymond Overby 

PISGAH 

Mrs. Ava Lassiter 
Ernest Lee 
Mrs. Stella Johnson 

PLEASANT GROVE 
David Wood 
Mrs. Dwight (Emily) King 

PRINCETON 
Harris Toler 
Leo Tart 
Gary Lassiter 
Herman Hinnant 
Lissie Pearch 
Harry Fisher Talton 
Christine Smith 

SARDIS 

Tammie Knuckles 

SELMA 

W.H. Pender 
Span Peedin 

SHARON 

Mrs. Roy (Mary) Strickland 

SMITHFIELD, FIRST 
Hugh M. Austin, Jr. 
Miss Louie Blackmon 
Miss Julia Cannaday 
Mrs. Ernest Flowers 
Mrs. Walt Fuller 
Mrs. Kelly Hayes 
Hubert Johnson 
Reubin Johnson 
Clarence Langdon 

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Mrs. R.G. Lewis 
Otho Munden 
Mrs. Seth Parrish 



WHITE OAK 

Mrs. Bobby S. Johnson 
Mrs. Joe E. Wall 
Mrs. Artimus Wall 
Mrs. Alton Brook Whitley 




TRINITY 

Mrs. Kate Hudson Lee 
Carlyle Eldridge 



WILSON'S MILLS 




W ATKINS CHAPEL 



Raymond Godwin 
Jarvis Crocker 



Mrs. Levee Jones 
Lawrence Berman Beasley 





52. The hymn, "Jesus Thou Joy of Loving Hearts" was sung by the congregation 
under the direction of Bruce Johnson. 

53. Mark White, for the Nominating Committee, nominated Lee Colbert as 
Associational Youth Director. He was elected by vote of the association. 

54. Raymond Moore read the following motion: "In the light of information 
given to us by our clerk concerning our churches participation in the support of 
Wake Forest University, I move that the Johnston Baptist Association in annual 
session on October 18, 1983, go on record as agreeing to encourage the churches af- 
filiated with the association to consider writing a letter to the Baptist State Conven- 
tion on North Carolina requesting that Wake Forest University be allowed to share 
in the Cooperative Program gifts from their respective churches according to the per- 
centage of division of the funds for the Baptist Colleges and Universities of North 
Carolina." He moved its adoption and it was seconded. The motion was discussed by 
Mr. Moore, in favor; David Adams, Tom Waits, and Bill Morris, against; John 
Ryberg and Kenneth Thrasher, in favor. Don Price called for vote on the motion, 
and the messengers voted to vote. Then the vote on the original motion showed more 
messengers voting against than for it. 

55. Jan Barry announced the showing of the movie "The Prodigal" at the Howell 
Theater, October 21-27. 

56. Tom Waits presented certificates for the Sunday School Assist Team members. 



For a great many of our churches the year 1982-83 has been a year of recommit- 
ment to the Bible teaching program. After several years of declining enrollment and 
attendance it is exciting to see the trend reverse itself and to feel the enthusiasm build 
as churches once again experience numerical growth in their Sunday Schools. 

After several months of preparation we had 14 of our churches taking part in the 
Enrollment-Enlargement Campaign that was held in March 1983. While this 
represents only a portion of the churches in the Johnston Baptist Association, it was 
comparable to the response in other associations and was seen as a positive effort. Our 
coordinator for this campaign was Marvin W. Chapman from Southport, North 
Carolina. 



Sunday School Report 



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The Associational Sunday School Improvement Support Team led in a study of the 
"Understanding" series later on in the early spring. This was for all churches and 
leaders of all organizations and was held in the facilities of Wilson's Mills Baptist 
Church. 

In addition, several members of the ASSISTeam have been involved in other cam- 
paigns such as the Raleigh-Durham Metro Clinic and Enlargement Campaigns in 
the Rowan And Neuse Associations. 

Once again we had a "first" in our association with the beginning in late July of 
an Associational Sunday School Director's Meeting. This gives the directors of every 
church an opportunity to meet for training, promotion and fellowship once every 
month. 

We are urging every church in the Johnston Baptist Association to observe Oc- 
tober as Sunday School Growth Month and the last Sunday in October as high atten- 
dance day, placing emphasis on the theme "Great Day In The Morning" and setting 
suitable attendance goals for that day. 

Tom Waits, Associational Sunday School Director 

57. Tim Stevens made appointments of the Committee on Committees and 
Denominational Representatives. (See Directory). 

58. For special music, Bruce Johnson sang a medley of hymns including "His 
Name Is Wonderful," "Jesus Keep Me Near the Cross" and "He Is the Great 
Shepherd." 

59. Glenn T. Miller, professor of Church History at Southeastern Baptist 
Theological Seminary and interim pastor of the Kenly Baptist Church, was in- 
troduced by Thurman Batten to give a theological lecture. Dr. Miller explained the 
nature of the confession of faith signed by Christian leaders in Barmen, Germany, 49 
years ago and the circumstances which made them feel it necessary to take a stand on 
those affirmations. Basic in their confession was the affirmation that Jesus Christ as 
attested in the Scripture is the one Word of God whom we have to obey. Whether or 
not we today need a new confession of faith, he declared we, too, need to stand firmly 
for this truth. 

60. After thanking those who helped make this session successful, Moderator 
Stevens called the officers for the new year to the platform, and Daniel Merritt led 
the closing prayer. 

Report of the General Board 

The General Board of the Johnston Baptist Association met four times during the 
year 1982-83: January 6, April 7, June 30 and September 29. Moderator Maurice 
Grissom presided over all except the June meeting when Vice Moderator Tim Stevens 
was in charge. There were reports, promotions, plans and announcements at each 
meeting. This report summarizes the outstanding actions. 

At the January meeting Lee Colbert was nominated and elected as Associational 
Youth Director. The Nominating Committee was asked to present names for the 
Budget and Finance Committee to the Council who approved the following on 
February 10: E.S. Simpson '83; Clitus Hinton '83; Chadwick Allen '84, Chairman; 
Tom Hupp '84; Hubert Allen '85, Treasurer; and Mrs. Jan Barry '85. 

At the April meeting a motion was adopted "to go on record as participating in the 
Council of Associational Ministry, looking forward to electing five persons to serve 
on its Board of Trustees." Niles Compton, Don Price, Maddrey W. Bass, and Tim 
Stevens, with Horace Ricks ex officio were nominated and elected as these five 
trustees. Department directors were nominated and elected: Tom Waits, Sunday 

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School; Mrs. Jan Barry, Woman's Missionary Union; Doug Humphries, 
Brotherhood; Bruce Johnson, Music; Tom Hupp, Evangelism; Mrs. Oleta Moore, 
Church Training; and Chris Akers, Library. An 11-point proposal for the annual 
programs of the association was presented by the Ad Hoc Committee and adopted. 
Charles Stevens was elected to replace Warren Scales on the Committee on 
Nominations, Essie Mae Crocker to serve on the Committee on Missions, and David 
Adams to replace Debbie Kemp on the Personnel Committee. 

At the June meeting recommendations were adopted that requests for funds come 
through the Budget and Finance Committee; that the Properties Committee be in- 
structed to look into building repair needs and the advisibility of purchasing office 
telephones; that future increases in hospital insurance premiums for our two staff 
members be automatically added to the budget at the time increases become effective; 
and that the secretary's hospital insurance for the 1982-83 budget be changed to 
$377.52. The Ministry Action Budget for 1983-84 was approved. An amendment to 
the job description for the Budget and Finance Committee allowing seven members 
including the treasurer was approved. M.B. MacLeod, Jr. was elected to replace 
Larry Kemp on the Committee on Order of Business. 

At the September meeting the Historian was authorized to collect funds for bin- 
ding associational annuals. George Smith was approved to serve on the Budget and 
Finance Committee with term ending in 1985. World Mission Conference officers 
were elected: Director, Horace Ricks; Secretary, Faye Edwards; Promotion Leader, 
R.E. Moore; Hospitality Leader, Chad Allen; Transportation Director, Hoyt Lock. 
Leon Tart was elected as trustee of the Council of Associational Ministries, and 
Edgar Whitlock was elected Director of Vacation Bible School. 

Willard A. Brown, J.B.A. Clerk 

Church Training Report 

We have new churches reporting Church Training each year. Our goal for 1983- 
84 is: 

Four churches to start an ongoing Church Training. 
Four churches to start short-term training. 
Four churches to start Doctrinal Study. 
The Johnston Association sponsored a Church Training Leadeship Conference on 
October 3 and October 4, 1983 at Selma Baptist Church. 

We had a conference for all age groups. All ages groups were attended. We look 
forward to greater things in Church Training as leaders from our churches realize 
the importance of training. 

Kenneth Thornton, Director 

Youth Ministries Report 

Princeton Baptist Church was the site of the Association's Annual Youth Rally. 
This year's rally was held on March 12 during Youth Week of the Southern Baptist 
Convention and was attended by approximately 250 youth and their leaders. 

Rev. Chuck Poole, pastor of Hale's Chapel Baptist Church in Zebulon, was the 
speaker for the evening. His message, "I Can Not Come Down," was an inspiration 
to everyone present. 

Music for the evening was provided by Tyler and Cathy Fields of Princeton and 
the Youth Choir of Micro, First. The Junior High Handbell Choir from First Bap- 
tist Smithfield also shared in music. 

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Following the service, refreshments were served by the host church, Princeton. 
Several times during the year, leaders from other churches sought help in 
developing their Youth Programs. 

Lee Colbert, Director 

Evangelism Report 

The importance of evangelism in a church can only be reflected by the love of 
people for their fellowman and their desire to share the "Good News" with those who 
need to hear. Many churches in our association have decided to make evangelism a 
part of the lifestyle of the church and have found that growth both spiritual and 
numerical has followed. 

Dr. J.W. Hutchens and Richard Everette led several of our pastors in a workshop 
on "Growing an Evangelistic Church in North Carolina" and there are plans to 
provide another workshop of the "Growing" nature. Four pastors in our association 
have certified as witnesses and are working toward certified equippers in the per- 
sonal evangelism tool of "Continuing Witness Training." These churches will soon 
begin training more witnesses and the lifestyle of witnessing for Christ will emerge as 
an important factor for those churches. 

Each church is challenged to place an emphassis on some form of personal 
evangelism for 1983-84 and looking toward and praying for the National 
Simultaneous Revivals in 1986. 

Thomas H. Hupp, Director 

Missions Committee Report 

Our committee is made up of the following: W.W. Thompson, Princeton; Jean 
Hinton, Princeton; Mary Brown, Selma; Rebecca Thornton, Clayton; Niles Com- 
pton, Benson; and Essie Mae Crocker. 

Our committee only met four times during the year: We met on January 2 to 
organize and study our "Job Description." At that meeting Mrs. Mary Brown was 
appointed our secretary. 

We met March 8 with Rev. Clyde L. Davis, Director of Missions of the Eastern 
Baptist Association to study the possibility of our association taking part with three 
other associations: Eastern, Neuse, and New South River to form a "Council of 
Associational Ministries" which will be referred to as "CAM"— a ministry to migrants 
and others who have social needs and call on our association from time to time. 

Our committee met with our Executive Board on April 7 to present our proposal to 
take part in the said "CAM" ministry. The Board accepted our recommendation and 
voted to be a part of "CAM." The Nominating Committee of the association appoin- 
ted the suggested Trustees from our association to help form "CAM." 

Our last meeting was July 5 when we viewed a film, shown by our Director of 
Missions, Dr. Horace Ricks. He discussed with us the possibility of a new work in the 
Clayton area. 

As chairman of the Missions Committee, I feel that I have done a poor job this year 
and strongly suggest that the Nominating Committee appoint a new chairman in the 
future. I have had health problems this year along win my wife's health problems. 
We have also had some heart-rendering problems this year. 

I would like to deeply express my appreciation to all members of our committee 
and especially to our Director of Missions, Dr. Horace W. Ricks who led us through 
it all! 



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W.W. Thompson, Chairman 



Stewardship and Cooperative Program 



Stewardship is a way of life for the Christian. The common denominator is people 
committed to Christ and His church with the understanding that it really is more 
blessed to give than to receive. The church budget is a covenant of distribution. The 
Cooperative Program of Southern Baptists is the extended witness of the local church 
in Christian ministry and mission; it is a noble expression of stewardship. 

As a financial plan, the Cooperative Program is vital to the institutional expression 
of our faith as a denomination - in outreach to schools and seminaries, special homes 
for young and old, the sick and troubled, as well as resource help for local 
congregations and mission boards that serve all kinds of people in all kinds of places. 
Obviously, the larger the financial plan, the bolder the Missions Thrust. As with the 
church budget, so with the denominational budget (The Cooperative Program): "On 
the first day of the week lay by in store as God has prospered you," as a man who has 
found a treasure for which he would gladly sell all that he has. 

In our denominational life, as in our local churches, inflation and recession not- 
withstanding, let us take heart! "Our God shall supply all our need, according to 
His riches in Christ Jesus." 

Senior Adult Committee Report 

More and more, our churches are realizing the need for a specific ministry for 
Senior Adults, in that they need to be appreciated and recognized as useful and 
loving citizens. They need the opportunity to continue to learn, to be loved and to be 
able to use their God-given talents through good Christian fellowship. 

There are nine (9) church sponsored Senior Adult clubs in the Johnston Baptist 
Association. Two associational-wide socials were held - a dinner in March and a pic- 
nic in September, with good response. 

The associational Senior Adult Committee challenges other churches to consider 
this ministry and will assist in any way possible. We hope for at least three new clubs 
during the year 1983 - 1984. 

Senior Adult Committee: Mrs. J.H. Mauney, Chairman, 
Mrs. Joe Puckett, Mrs, Dixie Harper, Rev. Tom Waits 

Ordination Council Report 

At the written request of churches within the association, three candidates were 
examined for ordination to the Gospel Ministry. The three were examined in the 
areas of "personal experience and call, Christian doctrine, and Baptist practice." In 
each case a recommendation was made to the requesting church that they proceed 
with the ordination of the candidate. 

On October 17, 1982, Warren Michael Scales was examined upon the request of 
the Pauline Baptist Church. 

On January 30, 1983, W.H. "Bill" Denning was examined upon the request of the 
Benson Baptist Church. 

On May 15, 1983, Gary L. Chadwick was examined upon the request of the 
Wilson's Mills Baptist Church. 

All these men were approved and had places of service awaiting them. 

The Ordination Council consisted of nine members, selected by the Committee on 
Committes and elected by the association. They were: L. Edgar Whitloch, Chair- 
man; Mark White, Clerk; Kenneth Thornton, Tom Hupp, Willard Brown, Dr. 
Kenneth Thrasher, Tom Herndon, Hoyt Lock, Danny Merritt and Maurice Gissom, 

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ex officio. Council members serve on a three year rotation basis with one-third 
rotating off each year. 

L. Edgar Whitlock, Chairman 

Baptist Homes Report 

Through North Carolina Baptists, God continues to bless our North Carolina 
Baptist Homes with meaningful blessings, and we are grateful. 

One of the most significant blessings that we have received during the year has 
been a 31 percent increase in the percentage used for distribution of funds through 
the Cooperative Program. This percentage change, along with strong Cooperative 
Program support during the first five months of 1983, has meant an increase of 
$29,079.73 over the same period in 1982. Total Cooperative Program funds for the 
period totalled $135,647.39. 

For the first five months of 1983, undesignated support through the North 
Carolina Missions Offering provided $74,987.47 toward the Homes' benevolent care 
needs. Designated gifts of $42,274.58 brought the total N.C.M.O. support to 
$116,362.05. 

Through these mission gifts of $252,009.44, we were able to provide care for over 
50 percent of the residents in the five Homes and Nursing Care who have limited 
resources. Even with this mission support, benevolent care exceeded the resources by 
$132,975.00 for the five-month period. This gap must be bridged, and we must con- 
tinue to receive more through the Cooperative Program and the North Carolina 
Missions Offering if we are to meet the needs of residents in the Homes. This still 
leaves the many who are waiting to enter the Homes, but do not have sufficient funds 
to pay the cost of care. 

The Baptist Homes have been and continue to be a benevolent care ministry 
throughout the 32 years of caring. Because of the over-extended benevolent care 
ministry, the Trustees have had to put a hold on admissions of persons who cannot 
demonstrate the resources to pay the cost of care for their life expectancy. Let's 
change this picture as rapidly as possible. The only way that it can be changed is 
through a concerted effort of increased giving through the Cooperative Program and 
the North Carolina Missions Offering. 

Another step forward during May of this year was the approval by the Homes' 
Trustees of a Capital Funds Campaign of $2,500,000 for the meeting of needs of the 
Hayes Homes Campus, Winston-Salem. This challenge will meet some of the very 
vital needs of updating the Nursing Care Unit. Included in this updating will be a 
physical therapy room, patient dining room/activity area, and other vital needs 
related to food service. A second area of need includes the building of additional 
rooms at Hayes Home. These rooms are desperately needed to make possbile ad- 
ditional beds in the Nursing Care Unit. This expansion will require additional 
money beyond the current Capital Funds Campaign. The upcoming campaign will 
be the first major capital funds effort that the Baptist Homes have undertaken. We 
covet your prayers for a successful effort. 

We believe that the future of the Homes' ministry is in God's hands. We shall con- 
tinue to trust Him for our needs, and urge you to join Him and us as we strive to meet 
the needs of this vital ministry to older persons. 

James Evans, Representative 



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The Biblical Recorder 



The Biblical Recorder is celebrating 150 years of service to North Carolina Bap- 
tists. Founded by Thomas Meredith while he was pastor of the Edenton Baptist 
Church, the Recorder is the fourth oldest among the 34 state Baptist papers in the 
Southern Baptist Convention, exceeded in age only by the Georgia, Kentucky, and 
Virginia papers. 

The past 12 months have been a time of transition for the Recorder. R.G. Puckett 
became editor upon the retirement of Marse Grant in September 1982. Lawrence E. 
High came as managing editor of the Recorder from the editorship of The Maryland 
Baptist. Puckett is the only man in Southern Baptist life to have served four dif- 
ferent state Baptist papers. High and Puckett are the only team of editors who have 
both served as editors of other state papers before coming to North Carolina. 

The cost of second-class postage threatened the very survival of the state papers in 
1982, including the Recorder. However, with the faithful support of subscribers, 
assistance from the state convention and tight management of finances, the paper is 
now stable and as secure as possible under present economic conditions. Future costs 
for second-class postage are unknown and greatly feared. Your prayerful concern at 
this point is earnestly requested. 

The format of the paper was changed to tabloid from the magazine style which had 
served for approximately 40 of the 150 years of the Recorder. Economy of production 
and increased space by approximately 50 percent were the deciding factors. Those 
readers who preferred the magazine style have generally accepted the tabloid because 
of the money saved and the added amount of news coverage of North Carolina and 
Southern Baptists. 

In March, the directors of the Recorder approved a plan to make circulation the 
highest priority in 1983. Churches are urged to put the paper in the budget so that 
every resident family receives a copy. Club plans are available for interested persons 
and key leadership in the church. 

The editors and staff of the Recorder are grateful for the opportunity to have this 
ministry among North Carolina Baptists. We invite your news items, letters to the 
editor and items of general interest to all North Carolina Baptists. Most of all, the 
staff requests your prayer support and faithful reading of the Biblical Recorder, one 
of the largest and most influential Baptist papers in the history of Baptists in the U.S. 

Historical Events 

(From Digest of Letters) 

BENSON — Homecoming; Ordained minister Wm. Hinton Denning and deacon 

Lawrence Campbell. 
BENSON GROVE — Chimes installed by donation; new organ. 
CLAYTON, FIRST — Full-time music and education director. 

FAITH — Ordained Danny Brown and Michael Blackmon as deacons; added kit- 
chen to fellowship hall. 
HEPHZIBAH — Held Founders' Day service. 

HOODS GROVE — Dedication for two adults Sunday School classes named for past 
teachers, Mrs. Ora C. Hudson and Mrs. Georgia R. Lee with gold plaques in 
rooms. 

KENLY — Youth choirs and Bible study class. 

LIVE OAK — Construction of picnic shelter. 

MIDDLESEX — Installed steeple. 

NORTH SMITHFIELD — Nursing Home Ministry. 

PAULINE — Ordained to ministry Michael Warren Scales. 

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PISGAH — Completed new Family Life Center Building; Enlargement 

improvement campaign in Sunday School; Purchased new 15 passenger van. 
PLEASANT GROVE — Cemetery enlarged and installed chain fence; Revised 

church history; Renovated sanctuary; installed baptistry; New pews for choir loft 

and for two classrooms opened for sanctuary. 
PRINCETON — Sunday School Enrichment-enlargement campaign; New Sunday 

School class for young married; Old fashion Sunday with dinner and singing; 

Microfilmed church history 1972-1982; New wheel chair ramp. 
SARDIS — New pew cushions. 

SELMA — Pastor and two members on mission to Nevis; organized senior adult club; 

employed activities director; voted to move location of church. 
W ATKINS CHAPEL — Air conditioned church. 

WILSON'S MILLS — Ordained Gary Chadwick; received gift of new Hamond 
organ; added church office; organized senior citizens club; started publishing 
monthly newsletter; enrichment-enlargement campaign. 




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Constitution 



ARTICLE I — NAME 
The name of this association shall be the Johnston Baptist Association. 

ARTICLE II — PURPOSE 

The purpose of the association shall be to counsel together for the enlargement, ex- 
pansion, and strengthening of the work of our Lord in Johnston County and such 
immediately contiguous territory as may be properly included in the judgment of the 
association; to promote unity, growth, and fellowship among the churches, to engage 
in cooperative mission activities which cannot be accomplished by member churches 
acting independently, and to further the spirit of cooperation with the Baptist work 
in general as set forth by the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and the 
Southern Baptist Convention. 

ARTICLE III — MEMBERSHIP 

The membership of the association shall be composed of churches who are repre- 
sented by messengers to the association from the affiliated churches. The number of 
messengers from each church shall be as follows: four messengers for the first 100 
members or fraction thereof, and one additional messenger for each additional 100 
members or major fraction thereof. Such messengers shall be duly certified in the 
annual letters sent by the churches to the annual session of the association. The cour- 
tesies of the floor may be extended at the discretion of the body to representatives of 
our denominational interests, and also to ministers and members of other Christian 
organizations. 

ARTICLE IV — NEW CHURCHES 

Upon recommendation of the Associational Council and upon approval of the 
General Board, new churches may come under the watchcare of the association until 
the next annual session of the association, at which time the new church may be voted 
into the membership of the association by a majority of the messengers present and 
voting. Application for membership into the association shall be filed with the Asso- 
ciational Council six months prior to the annual session of the association. 

ARTICLE V — MEETINGS 

The association shall meet annually beginning on Monday after the third Sunday 
in October at such place as was decided at the preceding annual session. In case of 
emergency, the General Board shall have authority to make changes in either time or 
place of meeting, as may best serve the interests of the association. 

ARTICLE VI — AUTHORITY 

1. The association shall be a cooperative body for the purpose of fellowship, promo- 
tion, and counsel among the churches. It shall in no case control or direct a church 
with reference to its own government or internal policy. However, the association 
may upon invitation of a church send a committee to counsel with and advise that 
church. 



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2. A church may withdraw membership in the association upon presentation of a 
written request. 

3. The association may withdraw a fellowship from a church for a just cause upon 
recommendation of the Association Council and upon approval by the General Board 
and by a majority vote of the members of the association in the annual session present 
and voting. 

ARTICLE VII — OFFICERS 

1 . The general officers of the asociation shall be a Moderator, a Vice Moderator, a 
Clerk, a Treasurer, and a Historian, each selected to a one year term at the annual 
session of the association, a Director of Missions who is not subject to annual election, 
and Trustees who are elected to three-year terms. 

2. The Moderator shall preside over the sessions of the association, act as chairman 
of the General Board, appoint the Committee on Committees, appoint other commit- 
tees as needs arise and shall have general supervision over the work of the association. 
The Vice Moderator shall preside in the absence of the Moderator and shall serve as 
chairman of the Committee on Committees. The Clerk shall record, print and dis- 
tribute the annual of the body and shall serve as secretary of the General Board. The 
Treasurer shall oversee the receiving, recording and disbursement of all association 
funds. The Historian shall record events of historical interest in the work of the asso- 
ciation and shall promote the preservation of associational and church records. The 
Director of Missions shall administer the work of the association according to guide- 
lines adopted by the association and shall give his support to the officers and commit- 
tees of the association. The Trustees shall hold in trust any property, endowment, or 
other securities of the association. 

3. The general officers shall be nominated by the Nominating Committee. The 
committee shall submit is report during a designated business period on the last day 
of the associational annual session. Immediately following the report further nomi- 
nations may be made from the floor. In event of further nominations for an office, 
nominations for that office shall be voted on individually. The newly elected officers 
of the association shall take office upon adjournment of the associational annual 
session. 

4. The directors of the departments of the association shall be nominated by the 
Nominating Committee each year. These shall be associational Sunday School Direc- 
tor, associational Church Training Director, associational Woman's Missionary 
Union Director, associational Brotherhood Director, associational Music Director, 
associational Director of Library Services, the assoicational Director of Evangelism 
and the associational Youth Director. The directors of the program services depar- 
tment shall be elected by the General Board in the March meeting. They shall then 
meet as a group, with the Nominating Committee to select their slates of officers who 
shall be elected at the June meeting of the General Board. These officers shall 
assume office at the beginning of the associational year. The officers of these organi- 
zations shall constitute the council of the respective organizations. 

ARTICLE VIII — COMMITTEES 

1. At the annual session of the association, the association shall elect the following 
standing committees which shall be nominated by the Committee on Committees: 
Nominating Committee; Committee on Order of Business; Committee on Time, 
Place, and Preacher; Committee on Memorials; Senior Adult Committee; Properties 
Committee; Constitution Committee; Committee on Resolutions; Missions Committe; 
Christian Life Committee; Ordination Committee composed of nine ministers who, 
upon invitation of the local church, may assist the church in examining candidates 

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for the ministry in regard to personal experience and call, Christian doctrine, and 
Baptist practice; and Personnel Committee. The Committee on Committees shall be 
responsible for maintaining the membership of the standing committees. 

2. The Moderator shall appoint individuals to represent the denominational pro- 
grams during the associational year and to make reports at the annual session. The 
denominational programs to be represented are as follows: Baptist colleges, Christian 
literature, the Cooperative Program, Annuity Board, Baptist Foundation, Baptist 
Hospital, Baptist Children's Homes, Homes for the Aging, and the American Bible 
Society. The Moderator working with the Committee on Order of Business, shall have 
the privilege of designating other individuals for the promotion of specific causes as 
such need arises. 

ARTICLE IX — GENERAL BOARD 

1. The association shall have a General Board which shall be charged with the re- 
sponsibility for carrying on all the business of the association and promoting all work 
authorized by the association in the interim between annual sessions. A report of the 
work of the General Board shall be presented at the annual session of the association. 

2. The General Board shall be composed of either the pastor or interim pastor (pro- 
vided the latter is a member of the church he represents) and one lay member of each 
church elected for a one-year term from October 1 to September 30; the following 
general officers of the association: Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, 
Historian; also the following department officers: associational Sunday School Di- 
rector, associational Church Training Director, and associational Woman's Mission- 
ary Union Director, associational Brotherhood Director, associational Music Direc- 
tor, associational Director of Evangelism, and associational Director of Library Serv- 
ices. 

3. The General Board shall have the following officers: chairman (who shall be 
the Moderator of the association), vice chairman (who shall be the Vice Moderator of 
the association), Treasurer (who shall be the Treasurer of the association), recording 
secretary (who shall be the Clerk of the association) . 

4. The General Board shall hold the regular quarterly meetings at a time and place 
it may designate, and such called meetings as the officers deem necessary for stated 
purpose when notice of such meetings has been sent to all members. 

5. The General Board shall have an Association Council composed of the general 
officers and the directors of the departments of the association. The Moderator of the 
association shall serve as a chairman of the council and Vice Moderator shall serve as 
vice chairman and the Clerk shall serve as secretary. 

6. The Associational Council shall meet each quarter prior to the meeting of the 
General Board and in such called meetings as the council officers may deem neces- 
sary. It shall coordinate the work of the association and make recommendations to 
the General Baord about programs and promotion of the work of the association. 

7. The General Board shall elect from its membership a Budget and Finance Com- 
mittee at its first regular meeting of the associational year, of which the Treasurer 
shall be a member. This committee shall survey the needs of the association as pre- 
sented by the organizations, and shall prepare a budget to be submitted for approval 
by the General Board. The budget approved at the June meeting of the General 
Board shall be included among the recommendations of the committee to the associa- 
tion. The Budget and Finance Committee shall also promote the effective operation 
of the current budget in cooperation with associational Treasurer. 

8. The General Board may name such other committees as it may deem wise for 
carrying on its work. 



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ARTICLE X — AMENDMENT OR REVISION 



This constitution my be amended or revised at any annual session of the association 
by a two-thirds W$) majority of the messengers present and voting, provided the pro- 
posed amendments or revision shall have been presented in writing to the General 
Board and approved by a two-thirds (Vs) majority of the General Board present and 
voting; and provided that the proposed amendments or revision shall be presented on 
the first day of the annual session of the association, but shall not be voted on until 
the second day of the session. Any amendments or revision shall take effect immedi- 
ately upon adoption. 

Bylaws 

1. All meetings of the body shall be opened with scripture and prayer. 

2. The fiscal year shall run from October 1 through September 30 and all annual 
reports shall conform to the dates of the fiscal year, and shall project programs for 
the current year. The reports shall be presented by the director for the current year. 

3. The General Board of the association is charged with responsibility of having 
the financial records of the association audited by a competent auditor or accountant 
once each year. 

4. A copy of the minutes shall be sent to the following: all departments and institu- 
tions of the Baptist State Convention; the librarians of the North Carolina Baptist 
colleges and the Southern Baptist Theological Seminaries; secretary of survey and 
statistics; Baptist Sunday School Board, Nashville, Tennessee; American Baptist His- 
torical Society; and other organizations and societies which may desire and request 
them. 

5. The parliamentary law in the government of the association shall be 
ROBER T'SR ULES OF ORDER RE VISED. 



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The 1983 Annual 
of 

The Johnston Baptist Association 
is concluded with the following 
Statistical Tables 
for your further reference. 



Table A. - Church Membership 

Table B. - Sunday School 

Table C. - Church Training 

Table D. - Church Music 

Table E. - Woman's Missionary Union 

Table F. - Brotherhood 

Table G. - Total Receipts, Expenditures, Stewardship 
Table H. - Mission Expenditures 
Table I. - Special Information 



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CHURCHES 


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BAPTIST CENTER 

BAPTIST TABERNACLE 

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BENSON GROVE 

BETHANY 

BETHESDA 

BEULAH 


BLACKMONS GROVE 
BURNELL 
CALVARY, DUNN 
CALVARY, SELMA 
CARTERS CHAPEL 
CEDAR GROVE 
CLAYTON, FIRST 
CLYDES CHAPEL 


CORINTH 
CRESTWOOD 
FAITH 
FOUR OAKS 
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HEPHZIBAH 
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MICRO, FIRST 
MIDDLESEX 
NEWTON GROVE 
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NORTH SMITHFIELD 
OLIVERS GROVE 
PARRISH MEMORIAL 
PAULINE 
PINE LEVEL 
PISGAH 

PLEASANT GROVE 
PRINCETON 


SARDIS 
SELMA 
SHARON 
SHILOH 

SMITHFIELD, FIRST 
STEVENS CHAPEL 
THANKSGIVING 
TRINITY 


WATKINS CHAPEL 
WHITE OAK 
WILSONS MILLS 

TOTALS 



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TABLE C CHURCH 
TRAINING 

Johnston 

Year Ending 9/30/83 


CHURCHES 


ANTIOCH 

BAPTIST CENTER 

BAPTIST TABERNACLE 

BENSON 

BENSON GROVE 

BETHANY 

BEIHESDA 

BEULAH 


BLACKMONS GROVE 
BURNELL 
CALVARY, DUNN 
CALVARY, SELMA 
CARTERS CHAPEL 
CEDAR GROVE 
CLAYTON, FIRST 
CLYDES CHAPEL 


CORINTH 
CRESTWOOD 
FAITH 
FOUR OAKS 
HALES CHAPEL 
HEPHZIBAH 
HOCUTT MEMORIAL 
HOODS GROVE 







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LEES CHAPEL 
LIVE OAK 
MICRO, FIRST 
MIDDLESEX 
NEWTON GROVE 
NOBLES CHAPEL 


NORTH SMITHFIELD 
OLIVERS GROVE 
PARRISH MEMORIAL 
PAULINE 
PINE LEVEL 
PISGAH 

PLEASANT GROVE 
PRINCETON 


SARDIS 
SELMA 
SHARON 
SHILOH 

SMITHFIELD, FIRST 
STEVENS CHAPEL 
THANKSGIVING 
TRINITY 


WATKINS CHAPEL 
WHITE OAK 
WILSONS MTTiT.fi 

TOTALS 



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TABLE D CHURCH MUSIC 
Johnston 

Year ending 9/30/83 


CHURCHES 


ANTIOCH 

BAPTIST CENTER 

BAPTIST TABERNACLE 

BENSON 

BENSON GROVE 

BETHANY 

BETHESDA 

BEULAH 


BLACKMONS GROVE 
BURNELL 
CALVARY, DUNN 
CALVARY, SELMA 
CARTERS CHAPEL 
CEDAR GROVE 
CLAYTON, FIRST 
CLYDES CHAPEL 


CORINTH 
CRESTWOOD 
FAITH 
FOUR OAKS 
HALES CHAPEL 
HEPHZIBAH 
HOCUTT MEMORIAL 
HOODS GROVE 



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KENLY 

T,KF.q CHAPEL 
LIVE OAK 
MICRO, FIRST 
MIDDLESEX 
NEWTON GROVE 
NOBLES CHAPEL 


NORTH SMITHFIELD 
OLIVERS GROVE 
PARRISH MEMORIAL 
PAULINE 
PINE LEVEL 
PISGAH 

PLEASANT GROVE 
PRINCETON 


SARDIS 
SELMA 
SHARON 
SHILOH 

SMITHFIELD, FIRST 
STEVENS CHAPEL 
THANKSGIVING 
TRINITY 


WATKINS CHAPEL 
WHITE OAK 
WILSONS MILLS 

TOTALS 



ro 




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MISSIONARY UNION 

Johnston 


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KENLY 

LEES CHAPEL 
LIVE OAK 
MICRO, FIRST 
MIDDLESEX 
NEWTON GROVE 
NOBLES CHAPEL 


NORTH SMITHFIELD 
OLIVERS GROVE 
PARRISH MEMORIAL 
PAULINE 
PINE LEVEL 
PISGAH 

PLEASANT GROVE 
PRINCETON 


SARDIS 

SELMA 

SHARON 

SHUjOH 

SMITHFIELD, FIRST 
STEVENS CHAPEL 
THANKSGIVING 
TRINITY 


WATKINS CHAPEL 
WHITE OAK 
WILSONS MILLS 

TOTALS 



CO 
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TABLE F BROTHERHOOD 
Johnston 

Year ending 9/30/83 


CHURCHES 


ANTIOCH 

BAPTIST CENTER 

BAPTIST TABERNACLE 

BENSON 

BENSON GROVE 

BETHANY 

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Year Ending 9/30/83 


CHURCHES 


ANTI0CH 

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BENSON GROVE 

BETHANY 

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1984 Annual 



Johnston 
Baptist Association 



The Association: 




Churches Reaching 
All Peoples 



North Carolina 



Annual of 



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Eighty -Second Annual Session 

CRESTWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH 
Monday Evening, October 22, 1984 

WILSON'S MILLS BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday Afternoon and Evening, October 23, 1984 

The next annual session will be held at 

LIVE OAK BAPTIST CHURCH 
Monday Evening, October 21, 1985 

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BENSON BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday Afternoon and Evening, October 22, 1985 



Published 1984 by 
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Table of Contents 



DIRECTORY OF ASSOCIATION 

Association Headquarters 1 

General Officers 1 

Departmental Officers 1 

Committees 3 

Denominational & Institutional Representatives 4 

General Board Lay Representatives 4 

DIRECTORY OF CHURCHES 

Pastors 5 

Sunday School Directors 6 

Church Training Directors 7 

Brotherhood Directors 8 

Woman's Missionary Union Directors 8 

Music Directors 9 

Organists 10 

Clerks 11 

Treasurers 12 

Chairmen of Deacons 13 

Directors of Library Services 14 

Other Ordained Ministers 15 

PROCEEDINGS 

Program 15 

Minutes 17 

ASSOCIATIONAL REPORTS 

General Board 19 

Director of Missions 20 

Treasurer 21 

Budget & Finance 23 

Historian 25 

Woman's Missionary Union 26 

Church Training 27 

Brotherhood 27 

Youth Ministries 28 

Senior Adult Committee 28 

Time, Place and Preacher Committee 28 

Ordination Committee 28 

Missions Committee 29 

Historical Events of Year 29 

Resolutions Committee 30 

Our Beloved Dead in Christ 33 

DENOMINATIONAL & INSTITUTIONAL REPORTS 

Baptist Children's Homes 35 

Christian Higher Education 35 

Annuity Board 36 

Baptist Foundation 36 

American Bible Society 37 

HISTORICAL TABLES 39 

CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS 42 

MAP OF ASSOCIATION Center of Book 



Directory of Association 



Johnston Baptist Association Headquarters 

J.B.A. Building, 102 W. Noble Street, Selma, NC 27576 
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 356, Selma, NC 27576 
Telephone: 965-9450 
Staff: Horace W. Ricks, Director of Missions 
Mrs. Faye Edwards, Office Secretary 

General Officers 



Moderator Tim S. Stevens, Rt. 1 Box 286, Middlesex 27557; 285-4207 

Vice Moderator Clitus Hinton, Rt. 1 Box 398, Princeton 27569; 936-1111 

Clerk Lloyd Batten, Jr., Rt. 2 Box 92D, Selma 27576; 965-5173 

Treasurer Harold Keen, P.O. Box 23, Four Oaks, 27524; 963-3564 

Historian D. Ermit Stancil, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542; 284-2822 

Trustees Richard Moore, '85, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-6113 

H.J. Beeker, '86, Box 187, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2679 



Joyce Creech, '87, Rt. 3 Box 187, Zebulon 27597; 269-8289 

Departmental Officers 

Sunday School 

Director H.T. Waits, Rt. 1 Box 295, Smithfield 27577; 934-7765 

Church Training 

Director Maurice W. Grissom, P.O. Box 35, Clayton 27520; 553-4161 

Adult Director Kenneth Thornton, 2917 Hwy. 70E, Clayton 27520; 553-6431 

Youth Director Lee Colbert, P.O. Box 209, Smithfield 27577; 934-2204 

Pre-School Director John and Kay Hatch 

New Member Director Mrs. Rebecca Thornton, 2917 Hwy. 70E, Clayton 27520; 

553-6431 

Woman's Missionary Union 

Director Mrs. Clitus (Jean) Hinton, Rt. 1 Box 398, Princeton 27569; 936-1111 

Asst. Director Nelda Evans, 320 Hickory Dr., Clayton 27520; 934-2775 

Secretary Jeanette Lassiter, 107 Milton Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-7726 

Mission Friends Director Kathryn Baker, 4950 Johnston Union Rd., Smithfield 27577; 

934-6508 

Asst. Mission Friends Director Mrs. Thomas (Diane) Heritage, 233 Main St., Four Oaks 

27524; 963-2422 

Girls in Action Director 

Acteens Director Mrs. Roger (June) Edwards, Rt. 2 Box 233, Selma 27576; 965-5982 

Asst. Acteen Director Mrs. Bo (Flora) Wood, 1917 Hwy. 70W, Clayton 27520; 553-6323 



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Baptist Young Women Director Mrs. Donald (Linda) King, Rt. 1 Box 195B, Princeton 

27569; 965-3909 

Baptist Women Director Mrs. Medwick (Shirley) Byrd, Rt. 1 Box 208A, Angier 27591; 

894-4900 

Mission Support Director Mrs. Willard (Mary) Brown, Rt. 1, Box 102A, Selma 27576; 

965-3704 

Mission Action Director Mrs. Jimmy (Dorothy) Nappier, P.O. Box 387, Clayton 27520; 

553-7444 

Enlistment/Enlargement Director Mrs. Horace (Nettie) Ricks, 305 N. Green St., Selma 

27576; 965-6957 

Centennial Celebration Chairman Mrs. Lynn (Jan) Barry, 506 Hancock St., Smithfield 

27577; 934-6523 

Area Leaders: 

Area I Mrs. Dorothy Driver, Rt. 1 Box 112, Middlesex 27557 

Area II Mrs. Louis (Gertrude) Edwards, Rt. 3 Box 235, Selma 27576; 965-5004 

Area III Mrs. Garfield (Bessie) Brown, Box 305, Princeton 27569; 936-3841 

Area IV Mrs. Grover (Ruby) Creech, 105 Longview Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-5113 

Area V Mrs. Niles (Madge) Compton, Rt. 4 Box 148, Benson 27504; 894-3238 

Area VI Mrs. Elwood (Shirley) Banks, P.O. Box , Four Oaks 27524; 963-2532 

Area VII Mrs. Billy (Nadean) Wells, 3430 Barbour Mill Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-6659 

Area VIII Mrs. Shirley Weaver, 2701 Covered Bridge Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7484 

Nominating Committee Mrs. Golda Pittman, Box 1207, Smithfield 27577 

Mrs. Thelma Barnes, 21 1 Woodlawn Dr., Smithfield 27577 
Mrs. Dixie Jordan, Rt. 1 Box 458B, Clayton 27520 

Mitchiner Loan Fund Evelyn Garris 

Lois Overby 
Mrs. F.E. Allen 

Music 

Director Marshall Tyson, P.O. Box 35, Clayton 27520; 553-4161 

Adult Director Kelly Stone, P.O. Box 209, Smithfield 27577; 934-2204 

Youth Director Mrs. Winkie Moore, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-6113 

Children Director Pam Osment, 410 W. Anderson St., Selma 27576; 965-5854 

Brotherhood 

Director Tom V. Herndon, 314 W. Home St., Clayton 27520; 553-7935 

R.A. Recreation Committee Chairman Tommy Davis 

Youth Ministry 

Director S. Keith Vaughn, P.O. Box 215, Princeton 27569; 936-4001 

Evangelism 

Director Donald M. Price, 204 W. Church St., Benson 27504; 894-4777 

Assistant Ted Turner, Rt. 1 Box 177, Princeton 27569; 965-5886 

Library Service 

Director Chris Akers, 305 E. Market St., Smithfield 27577; 934-8146 



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Committees 



BUDGET & FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Chad Allen, Chairman '84 P.O. Box 446, Selma 27576; 965-3228 

♦James Ellerbee '84 415 Canady St., Clayton 27520; 553-7333 

Jan Barry '85 506 Hancock St., Smithfield 934-6523 

George Smith '85 2630 Covered Bridge Rd., Clayton 27520 

S.C. Woodard '86 Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-2525 

H.J. Beeker '86 Box 187, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2659 

COMMITTEE ON ORDINATIONS 

Mark White, Chairperson '85 Rt. 1 Box 6005, Willow Springs; 894-3579 

Don Price '85 204 W. Church St., Benson; 894-3275 

Darrell Smith '85 P.O. Box 340, Pine Level; 965-3163 

Maurice Grissom '86 P.O. Box 35, Clayton; 553-4161 

Harry Edwards '86 Rt. 1 Box 192A, Sims; 235-4101 

E.C. Reeves '87 3900 Johnston Union Rd., Clayton 553-4382 

Fletcher Ford '86 102 Castle Dr., Smithfield; 934-3525 

David Adams '87 19 E. Dail St., Smithfield; 934-7048 

SENIOR ADULT COMMITTEE 

Mrs. Herman Mauney, Chairperson 402 Holt St., Smithfield; 934-7637 

Mrs. Dixie Jordan 2711 Peele Rd., Clayton; 553-7655 

Mrs. Joe Puckett 513 Lee St., Smithfield; 934-2430 

PROPERTIES COMMITTEE 

Richard Moore, Chairperson Rt. 1 Box 255, Selma; 965 

Bill Edwards Rt. 1 Box 299A, Selma 965-5243 

Joe Moore 302 Griswold St., Selma 965-2017 

Grover Creech 105 Longview Dr., Smithfield; 934-5113 

COMMITTEE ON THE CONSTITUTION 

Hoyt Lock, Chairperson '85 Rt. 1 Box 45B, Selma; 965-5826 

Mrs. Shirley Byrd '86 Rt. 1 Box 208A, Angier; 894-4900 

James Little '87 609 S. Barbour St., Clayton; 553-7539 

COMMITTEE ON THE ORDER OF BUSINESS 

Fred Smith, Chairperson Rt. 2, Clayton; 553-5830 

Mrs. Jeanette Lassiter 107 Milton Dr., Smithfield; 934-7726 

Mark White Rt. 1 Box 6005, Willow Springs; 894-3579 

Robert Brooks Rt. 1 Box 58, Clayton; 553-7302 

Berry Oliver 618 S. First St., Smithfield; 934-8774 

COMMITTEE ON TIME, PLACE AND PREACHER 

Don Price, Chairperson 204 W. Church St., Benson; 894-3275 

Mrs. Ramona Cash P.O. Box 417, Clayton 553-7244 

Henry Wright 921 Chestnut Dr., Smithfield; 934-3547 

COMMITTEE ON MEMORIALS 

Mrs. Maurice Grissom, Chairperson P.O. Box 35, Clayton; 553-6597 

Mrs. Lois Overby 611 S. Fourth St., Smithfield; 934-2495 

Mrs. Laura Johnson 702 W. Main St., Benson; 894-3324 

COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS 

John Ryberg, Chairperson '85 P.O. Box 209, Smithfield; 934-2353 

Mrs. Nettie Ricks '86 P.O. Box 356, Selma; 965-6957 

Edgar Whitlock '87 P.O. Box 215, Princeton; 936-4001 



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COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS 

Mrs. Louise Wall, Chairperson '85 Rt. 3 Box 237, Selma; 965-2750 

Mark White '85 Rt. 1 Box 6005, Willow Springs; 894-3579 

Mrs. Mary Brown '86 Rt. 2 Box 102A, Selma 965-3704 

Darrell Smith '86 P.O. Box 340, Pine Level; 965-3163 

Vern Sullivan '87 

Mrs. Winkie Moore '87 Rt. 1 Box 255, Selma; 965-6113 

COMMITTEE ON MISSIONS 

Steve Morris, Chairperson '86 14 Rochelle PL, Selma; 965-7240 

Mrs. Jean Hinton '85 Rt. 1 Box 398, Princeton; 936-1111 

W.W. Thompson '85 Rt. 2 Box 39A, Princeton 735-9751 

Donald King '87 Rt. 1 Box 195B. Princeton; 965-3909 

Mrs. Essie Mae Crocker '86 Rt. 3, Selma; 965-2794 

Mrs. Dorothy Nappier '87 P.O. Box 387, Clayton; 553-7444 

COMMITTEE ON CHRISTIAN LIFE 

Lee Colbert P.O. Box 209, Smithfield; 934-9771 

Ken Thrasher P.O. Box 481, Smithfield; 934-8874 

PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

Ken Thrasher '86 P.O. Box 481, Smithfield; 934-8874 

David Adams '85 19 E. Dail St., Smithfield; 934-7048 

Dan Simmons '85 Rt. 3 Box 540B, Smithfield; 934-5761 

James Ellerbe '86 415 Canady St., Clayton; 553-7333 

Mrs. Kathryn Baker '87 4950 Johnston Union Rd., Clayton; 934-6508 

Benny Parker '87 P.O. Box 43, Pine Level; 965-2226 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 

Clitus Hinton, Chairperson Rt. 1 Box 398, Princeton 27569; 936-1111 

Ted Turner Rt. 1 Box 177, Princeton 27569; 965-5886 

Mrs. Jan Barry, 506 E. Hancock St., Smithfield 27577; 934-6523 
W.W. Turner, 1307 Hwy. 70E., Clayton 27520; 553-6670 
Maurice Grissom, P.O. Box 35, Clayton 27577; 553-6597 



Denominational and Institutional Representatives 



Cooperative Program Willard A. Brown, Rt. 2 Box 102A, Selma 27576; 965-3704 

Baptist Colleges Mrs. Grace Smith, 105 S. Fayetteville St., Clayton 27520; 553-6239 

Baptist Foundation R.E. Moore, Box 164, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2483 

Baptist Children's Homes Mrs. Carolyn Tharrington, 106 Castle Dr., Smithfield 27577; 

934-3749 

Baptist Retirement Homes Thomas Pearce, Rt. 3 Box 342F, Selma 27576; 284-3414 

Baptist Hospital Jeffrey Clark, P.O. Box 717, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2664 

Annuity Board Edgar Whitlock, P.O. Box 602, Princeton 27569; 936-5631 

American Bible Society Rt. 1, Princeton 27569; 934-1111 



General Board Lay Representatives 



Baptist Center Richard R, Lee, 2401 Lee Rd., Clayton 27520 

Baptist Tabernacle Macon Richardson, Rt. 3, Wendell 27591 

Benson P.B. Wood, Box 236, Benson 27504 

Bethesda Mrs. Dixie Jordan, 2711 Peele Rd., Clayton 27520 

Blackmon's Grove Lawrence Massengill, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 

Burnell Bobby Johnson, Rt. 4 Box 59, Benson 27504 

Calvary, Dunn J. Lovitte Barefoot, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 

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Carter's Chapel Donald Edwards, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Cedar Grove Henry Dail, 124 Boswell St., Wilson 27893 

Clayton, First Charles R. Stewart, 604 E. Home St., Clayton 27520 

Clydes Chapel Cliff Painter, 1115 Wilson's Mill Rd., Smithfield 27577 

Corinth Dewitt Creech, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

Faith W.G. Ricks, 310 Ricks Rd., Selma 27576 

Four Oaks H.J. Beeker, Box 187, Four Oaks 27524 

Hephzibah E.W. Howell, Rt. 1 Box 152, Princeton 27569 

Hocutt Memorial Robert Weatherspoon, 213 Sir Galahad Ln., Garner 27529 

Hood's Grove Lee A. Hayes, 311 S. George St., Benson 27504 

Jonesboro J.L. West, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 

Lee's Chapel Floyd F. Bunn, Rt. 1 Box 30, Middlesex 27557 

Live Oak Jerry Norris, Rt. 1 Box 378, Selma 27576 

Micro, First Leland Batten, Box 197, Micro 27555 

Middlesex John Brantley, Box 515, Middlesex 27557 

New Life Roger Gower, Rt. 3 Box 60A, Smithfield 27577 

Newton Grove Maddrey Bass, Box 87, Newton Grove 28366 

Nobles Chapel Thad Sharp, Jr., Rt. 1, Sims 27880 

North Smithfield Linwood Starling, 1024 Cherry St., Smithfield 27577 

Parrish Memorial Mrs. Eunice Hinnant, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Pauline Joe David Massey, Rt. 1, Four Oaks 27524 

Pine Level Clyde Mozingo, Box 27, Pine Level 27568 

Pisgah William Baker, Sr., 107 Quaile Rd., Smithfield 27577 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Shirley Byrd, Rt. 1, Angier 27501 

Princeton Miss Erma Lee Woodard, Rt. 1 Box 367, Princeton 27569 

Sardis Robert Howell, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577 

Shiloh Junious Snead, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 

Smithfield, First Joseph T. Nail, 1107 Chestnut Dr., Smithfield 27577 

Thanksgiving S.C. Woodard, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Trinity Mrs. Bud E. Smith, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Watkins Chapel Charles W. Creech, Rt. 1 Box 197, Zebulon 27597 

White Oak Glenn Moore, 3011 Buffaloe Rd., Clayton 27520 

Wilson's Mills C.B. Wood, 502 Powell St., Smithfield 27577 

Pastors 

Antioch Tom Ashbury, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557; 965-5082 

Baptist Center Robert Brooks, 3931 Ranch Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7302 

Baptist Tabernacle Charles M. Stevens, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591; 365-5417 

Benson Donald M. Price, 204 W. Church St., Benson 27504; 894-3275 

Benson Grove Billie Rae Pittman, P.O. Box 215, Clayton 27520; 477-6796 

Bethany Leslie H. Parrish, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557; 284-5327 

Bethesda Kenneth Thornton, 2917 Hwy. 70E., Clayton 27520; 553-6431 

Beulah C.H. Lee, Rt. 1 Box 125A, Newton Grove 28366; 594-1523 

Blackmon's Grove J. William Crouch, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 894-5505 

Burnell John Gardner, Rt. 3 Box 221, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2421 

Calvary, Selma J.E. Norris, 1102 W. Broad St., Dunn 28334; 892-2686 

Calvary, Dunn Toby Cahoon, 732 Selma Rd., Smithfield 27577; 934-9631 

Carter's Chapel Jerry Meeks, 4920H, Coolridge Ct., Raleigh 27604; 878-3853 

Cedar Grove W.W. Thompson, Rt. 3 Box 39A, Princeton 27569; 735-9751 

Clayton, First Maurice W. Grissom, P.O. Box 35, Clayton 27520; 553-4161 

Clydes Chapel William Austin, Rt. 1 Box 211, Wendell 27591; 365-4076 

Corinth Wayne Maberry, Rt. 1 Box 269, Zebulon 27597; 365-5373 

Crestwood Thomas V. Pearce, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 284-3414 

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Faith Stephen H. Morris, 14 Rochelle PL, Selma 27576; 965-7420 

Four Oaks Jeffrey Clark, Box 717, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2664 

Hales Chapel Gene Alexander, Rt. 1 Box 179, Zebulon 27597; 269-4727 

Hephzibah Ted Turner, Rt. 1 Box 177, Princeton 27569; 965-5886 

Hocutt Memorial Thomas V. Herndon, 314 W. Home St., Clayton 27520; 553-7935 

Hood's Grove Leonard Braswell, Box 1625, Rt. 1, Smithfield 27577; 934-3960 

Jonesboro Leon Tart, Rt. 2 Box 603, Dunn 28334; 892-3812 

Kenly Carlton Gunter, Box 237, Kenly 27542; 284-4936 

Lee's Chapel Joey Faucette, P.O. Box 627, Middlesex 27557; 235-2170 

Live Oak Hoyt Lock, Rt. 1 Box 45B, Selma 27576; 965-5826 

Micro, First Tim Stevens, Rt. 1 Box 286, Middlesex 27557; 284-4207 

Middlesex 

New Life Tim Starnes, 804 E. Lizzie St., Selma 27576; 965-3388 

Newton Grove Paul Rose, Rt. 1 Box 355, Mt. Olive 28365; 658-4600 

Nobles Chapel Harry S. Edwards, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 235-4101- 

North Smithfield David Adams, 19 E. Dail St., Amithfield 27577; 934-7048 

Oliver Grove W.W. Turner, 1307 Hwy. E., Clayton 27520; 553-6670 

Parrish Memorial Kenneth D. Benton, Box 210, Micro 27555; 965-6197 

Pauline Eugene Clayton, P.O. Box 447, Pine Level 27568; 965-5382 

Pine Level Darrell A. Smith, P.O. Box 340, Pine Level 27568; 965-5363 

Pisgah H.T. Waits, Rt. 1 Box 295, Smithfield 27577; 934-7765 

Pleasant Grove Mark White, Rt. 1, Willow Springs 27592; 894-3579 

Princeton L. Edgar Whitlock, P.O. Box 215, Princeton 27569; 936-5631 

Sardis L.D. Prichard, 307 Graves St., Selma 27576; 965-9540 

Selma Chadwick J. Allen, 506 W. Wadell St., Selma 27576; 965-9431 

Sharon Kenneth Thrasher, P.O. Box 481, Smithfield 27577; 934-8874 

Shiloh James Gunn, Rt. 1, Garner 27529; 934-7521 

Smithfield, First John Ryberg, P.O. Box 209, Smithfield 27577; 934-9771 

Stevens Chapel Calvin Edgerton 

Thanksgiving Joseph Creech, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Trinity 

Watkins Chapel Emery W. Hackett, Rt. 1 Box 204G, Zebulon 27597; 269-4076 

White Oak 

Wilson's Mills Danny Powell, Rt. 3 Box 479, Smithfield 27577; 934-5944 

Sunday School Directors 

Antioch Jimmy Narron, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27577; 965-6504 

Baptist Center Richard R. Lee, 2401 Lee Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7354 

Baptist Tabernacle Mrs. Joyce Creech, Rt. 1 Box 187, Zebulon 27597; 269-8289 

Benson Mrs. W.A. Bonds, 600 W. Harnett St., Benson 27504; 894-4274 

Benson Grove T.C. Ennis, 203 Sunrise Ave., Smithfield 27577; 934-7963 

Bethany Doug Evans, Rt. 1, Lucama 27851; 239-1900 

Bethesda Edward Sasser, 1104 Woodlawn Way, Clayton 27520; 553-5896 

Beulah Randy Ivey, Box 250, Angier 27501; 639-2809 

Blackmon's Grove Larry Massengill, Rt. 1, Benson 27504; 894-5724 

Burnell Mrs. Nelson Johnson, Rt. 3 Box 226, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2856 

Calvary, Dunn Mrs. Judy Lee, Rt. 6 Box 246, Dunn 28334; 892-7336 

Calvary, Selma Donald Gay, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577; 934-8993 

Carter's Chapel Rex Holt, Rt. 2, Selma 27576; 284-3716 

Cedar Grove Dempsey Miller, 1716 Westwood Ave., Wilson 27893; 291-5446 

Clayton, First Fred Smith, Box 325, Clayton 27520; 553-5930 

Clydes Chapel Bobby L. Smith, Rt. 1 Box 217, Wendell 27591; 365-7317 

Corinth Kenneth Hamilton, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

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Crestwood Percy Davis, Rt. 4 Box 251, Four Oaks 27524; 934-5811 

Faith Leo Newsome, 111 N. Massey St., Selma 27576; 965-3780 

Four Oaks Ralph Dunn, Rt. 4 Box 399A, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2234 

Hales Chapel Bobby Wayy, Rt. 1 Box 98, Middlesex 27557; 269-9191 

Hephzibah Charles G. Pilkington, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 965-8156 

Hocutt Memorial Mrs. Selmadene Tart, 409 Robertson St., Clayton 27520; 553-7268 

Hood's Grove Lee A. Hayes, 311 S. George St., Benson 27504; 894-5469 

Jonesboro LeRay Barefoot, Rt. 1, Benson 27504; 894-2136 

Kenly Mrs. Dorothy Creech, Box 615, Kenly 27542; 284-2939 

Lee's Chapel Garland Johnson, Rt. 1 Box 31, Middlesex 27577; 235-3411 

Live Oak Donnie Thome, Rt. 1 Box 71A, Selma 27576; 965-8083 

Micro, First Lloyd Batten, Jr., Rt. 2 Box 92D, Selma 27576; 965-5173 

Middlesex Junior Johnson, Box 115, Middlesex 27577; 235-3968 

New Life Roger Gower, Rt. 3 Box 68, Smithfield 27577; 934-6983 

Newton Grove Luther Williford, Rt. 1 Box 75A, Newton Grove 28366; 594-0433 

Nobles Chapel Mrs. Angela Deans, Rt. 2, Bailey 27807; 235-3222 

North Smithfied Braxton Braswell, 32 W. Waddell Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-8492 

Oliver Grove Landis Adams, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2402 

Parrish Memorial Arby Bass, Micro 27555; 284-2343 

Pauline Hugh Allen, Rt. 2, Four Oaks, 27524; 934-4629 

Pine Level Danny Worley, Box 238, Pine Level 27568; 965-6510 

Pisgah M.P. Braswell, 914 Wellons St., Smithfield 27577; 934-7238 

Pleasant Grove Charles Gregory, Rt. 1, Hwy. 50, Garner 27529; 772-2110 

Princeton Eugene Parrish, Rt. 1 Box 390, Princeton 27569; 936-6021 

Sardis Bobby Davis, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577; 965-5518 

Selma Horace Ricks, 305 N. Green St., Selma 27576; 965-6957 

Sharon Jimmy R. Flowers, Rt. 2, Clayton 27520; 553-5618 

Shiloh Gene Coats, Rt. 1, Garner 27529; 772-3653 

Smithfield, First William H. Perry, Rt. 4 Box 149, Smithfield 27577; 934-6342 

Stevens Chapel Carl Peedin, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 965-2782 

Thanksgiving Gardener Parrish, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-8215 

Trinity J. Don Johnson, Rt. 2, Benson 27504; 894-3434 

Watkins Chapel Billy Wall, Rt. 1 Box A-99, Middlesex 27577; 269-9200 

White Oak George Smith, 2630 Covered Bridge Rd., Clayton 553-7462 

Wilson's Mills Harold Stallings, Rt. 3 Box 61F, Smithfield 27577; 934-6179 

Church Training Directors 

Bethesda Mrs. Dixie Jordan, 2711 Peele Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7655 

Clayton, First Chris McAdams, 611 S. Barbour St., Clayton 27520; 553-6033 

Clydes Chapel Debbie Williford, Box 1126, Wendell 27591; 365-3100 

Four Oaks Mrs. Betsy Byrd, Box 875, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2659 

Hocutt Memorial John H. Lee, 305 Wren La., Clayton 27520; 553-5961 

Live Oak Mrs. Ruby Dunn, Rt. 1 Box 269, Selma 27576; 965-3109 

Pine Level Ann Peedin, Rt. 3 Box 97, Selma 27576; 965-2635 

Princeton S. Keith Vaughn, Box 215, Princeton 27569; 936-2678 

Selma Ruth Eason, Rt. 4 Box 145, Kenly 27542; 284-3851 

Shiloh James Gunn, Rt. 1, Garner 27529; 934-7521 

Smithfield, First Lee Colbert, Box 209, Smithfield 27577; 934-9771 

White Oak Billie O'Neil, 2100 Medlin Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-6188 



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Brotherhood Directors 



Benson Grove Hal Elliott, Rt. 3 Box 391, Benson 27504; 894-5556 

Bethesda Fred Schaefer, 2036 Cole Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-5962 

Beulah J.C. Peacock, Rt. 4, Benson 27504; 894-2756 

Blackmon's Grove Stanton Massengill, Rt. 2 Box 320, Four Oaks 27524; 894-2584 

Calvary, Salem Buddy Cahoon, 732 Selma Rd., Smithfield 27577; 934-9631 

Carter's Chapel Walter Holston, Rt. 2, Selma 27576; 965-8837 

Clayton, First Bob Moseley, 702 E. Home St., Clayton 27520; 553-4628 

Clydes Chapel Melvin Adams, Rt. 1 Box 20, Wendell 27591; 365-7525 

Crestwood Percy Davis, Rt. 4 Box 251, Four Oaks 27524; 934-5811 

Faith Ezra Blackmon, Rt. 1 Box 280B, Kenly 27542; 242-5219 

Four Oaks Rudolph Langdon, Box 24, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2612 

Hales Chapel Larry Dupree, Rt. 1 Box 222, Zebulon 27597; 269-6353 

Hephzibah Donald King, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569; 965-3909 

Hocutt Memorial John H. Lee, 305 Wren Ln., Clayton 27520; 553-5961 

Jonesboro Terry Allen, Rt. 2 Box 108, Dunn 28334; 892-8567 

Live Oak Dick Cagle, 804 Primrose St., Selma 27576; 965-8353 

Middlesex Willis Strickland, Rt. 2 Box 66, Middlesex 27557; 235-3808 

New Life Jerry Pryor, 315 N. 5th St., Smithfield 27577; 934-6983 

North Smithfield Earl Strickland, 515 Mill St., Smithfield 27577; 934-3737 

Oliver Grove Dean Jackson, 603 Church St., Four Oaks 27524; 963-2624 

Parrish Memorial Bill Braswell, Rt. 2 Box 341, Princeton 27569; 965-6197 

Pauline Steve Batten, Rt. 1, Four Oaks 27524; 934-7997 

Pine Level Robert Watson, Box 93, Pine Level 27568; 965-2827 

Pisgah James R. Griffin, Rt. 4 Box 121, Smithfield 27577; 934-4569 

Pleasant Grove Leamon Wilkins, Rt. 3, Benson 27504; 934-5554 

Princeton Eugene Parrish, Rt. 1 Box 390, Princeton 27569; 936-6021 

Selma Michael Gibson, 1002 Dixie Drive, Selma 27576; 965-5452 

Smithfield, First Kay Carroll, 1213 Chestnut Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-5882 

Stevens Chapel Lee Peedin, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 965-6530 

Watkins Chapel Tommy Davis, Rt. 1 Box 71, Middlesex 27557; 269-8855 

White Oak Mike Mulhollem, 2017 Murphy Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7307 

Wilson's Mills Joseph Jones, 4002 Powhatan Rd., Clayton 27520; 934-3725 

Woman's Missionary Union Directors 

Antioch Edith McGraw, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557; 965-5796 

Baptist Center Mrs. Billy Wells, 3430 Barbour Mill Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-6659 

Baptist Tabernacle Mrs. Phillis Alford, Rt. 1 Box 434, Wendall 27591; 365-7373 

Benson Mrs. Pearl Creech, 312 W. Parrish Dr., Benson 27504; 894-3625 

Benson Grove Frances Barbour, Rt. 3 Box 400, Benson 27504; 894-3846 

Bethany Vick Cockrell, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542; 284-2864 

Bethesda Mrs. Dorothy Ellis, 2550 Powhatan Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7891 

Beulah Mrs. Laura Faye Barefoot, Rt. 2 Box 467, Dunn 28334; 892-7621 

Blackmon's Grove Mrs. Lois Lee, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 894-2584 

Burnell Mrs. Nelson Johnson, Rt. 3 Box 226, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2856 

Calvary, Selma Mrs. Carol Wood, Rt. 2 Box 331A, Princeton 27569; 965-5836 

Carter's Chapel Mrs. Mary Brown, Rt. 2 Box 102A, Selma 27576; 965-3704 

Cedar Grove Arlene Boykins, Rt. 2, Wilson 27893 

Clayton, First Mrs. Sybil Ross, P.O. Box 616, Clayton 27520; 553-7287 

Clydes Chapel Mrs. Syble Brown, Rt. 1 Box 250, Wendell 27591; 365-3087 

Corinth Hassie Pullie, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597; 365-7716 

Crestwood Mrs. Marie Odom, 204 Quail Rd., Smithfield 27577; 934-5494 

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Faith Mrs. Laura Ferrell, Ricks Tr. Pk., Box 44, Selma 27578; 965-6870 

Four Oaks Mrs. Harding Parker, Box 182, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2578 

Hales Chapel Mrs. Bobby Wall, Rt. 1 Box 98, Middlesex 27557; 269-9191 

Hephzibah Mrs. Linda King, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569; 965-3909 

Hocutt Memorial Mrs. Frances Hatcher, 916 Hobbs St., Clayton 27520; 553-6212 

Hood's Grove Mrs. W.W. Hood, Rt. 2 Box 212, Benson 27504; 894-5357 

Jonesboro Mrs. Ora Barefoot, Rt. 2 Box 601, Dunn 28334; 892-5704 

Kenly Mrs. Mary Aycock, Box 186, Kenly 27542; 284-2988 

Lee's Chapel Mrs. Ethel Faison, Rt. 1 Box 31, Middlesex 27557; 235-3411 

Live Oak Mrs. Gail Cagle, 804 Primrose St., Selma 27576; 965-8352 

Micro, First Mrs. Hazel Acock, P.O. Box 72, Micro 27555; 284-4205 

Middlesex Hildred Wright, P.O. Box 303, Middlesex 27557; 235-3972 

New Life Mrs. Harvie J. Gower, Rt. 3 Box 60A, Smithfield 27577; 934-6982 

Newton Grove Mrs. Lottie Bass, P.O. Box 87, Newton Grove 28366; 594-0680 

Nobles Chapel Mrs. Dolly Stallings, Sims 27880; 237-3925 

North Smithfield Edith Deese, 11 W. Edgerton St., Smithfield 27577; 934-4373 

Oliver Grove Jo Ann Allen, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524 

Parrish Memorial Eunice Hinnant, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 284-3558 

Pauline Mrs. Eunice Weeks, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 934-2949 

Pine Level Shelvia Massengill, P.O. Box 365, Pine Level 27568; 965-5080 

Pisgah Grace Stevens, 102 E. Rose St., Smithfield 27577; 934-6901 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Wilma Jordan, Rt. 3, Raleigh; 772-3 152 

Princeton Jean Hinton, Rt. 1 Box 398, Princeton 27569; 936-1111 

Sardis Mrs. Nelson Mitchell, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577; 934-4077 

Selma Nettie Ricks, 305 N. Green St., Selma 27576; 965-6957 

Sharon Mrs. Jean Wilkins, 203 Cloverdale Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-6387 

Shiloh Mrs. Terry Moore, 205 November St., Garner 27529; 772-5817 

Smithfield, First Mrs. Joyce Wright, 921 Chestnut Dr., Smithfield 37577; 934-3547 

Stevens Chapel Hazel Peedin, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 965-2782 

Thanksgiving Mrs. C. Margaret Creech, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-9395 

Trinity Mrs. Stephen Lee, Jr., Rt. 2, Benson 27504; 894-4571 

Watkins Chapel Mrs. Wynelle Davis, Rt. 1, Box 71, Middlesex 27557; 269-8855 

White Oak Mrs. Felton Thompson, Rt. 1 Box 349, Wendell 27591; 553-6920 

Music Directors 

Antioch Marty Green, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

Baptist Center Earl Standly, 2400 Barbour Mill Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-6764 

Baptist Tabernacle Karen Wilson, SEBTS, Wake Forest 27587; 556-2623 

Benson Kenneth Killebrew, 205 W. Church St., Benson 27504; 894-3118 

Benson Grove Celeste Byrd, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2943 

Bethany Jerry Burton, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542 

Bethesda Rupert Alford, 410 Penny St., Garner 27529; 772-3343 

Beulah Mrs. Henrietta Ivey, Box 250, Angier 27501; 639-2809 

Blackmon's Grove Mrs. Vangie Lee, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 894-3446 

Burnell Mrs. Judy Norris, Rt. 3 Box 174, Four Oaks 27524; 936-3108 

Calvary, Dunn Teresa Barefoot, Eleanor St., Dunn 28334 

Calvary, Selma Mrs. Marie Byrd, 812 Anderson St., Selma 27576; 965-3345 

Carter's Chapel June Edwards, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 965-5982 

Cedar Grove Bertis Deans, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 235-2169 

Clayton, First Marshall Tyson, Box 35, Clayton 27520; 553-41161 

Clydes Chapel Shirley Medlin, 223 Dennis Ave., Raleigh 27604; 821-3613 

Corinth Pansy Mitchell, Box 101, Wendell 27591; 365-7178 

Crestwood Mrs. Judy Hawley, Rt. 3 Box 485, Smithfield 27577; 934-3593 

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Faith Mrs. Marie Ricks, Box 310, Ricks Rd., Selma 27576; 965-3165 

Hales Chapel Ronnie Parrish, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

Hephzibah Mrs. Linda King, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569; 965-3909 

Hocutt Memorial Alton E. Wood, 1913 Hwy. 70W., Clayton 27520; 553-6323 

Hood's Grove Mrs. Thelma Johnson, Rt. 1, Newton Grove 28366; 894-2392 

Kenly Mrs. Jody Stutts, Rt. 1 Box 216, Kenly 27542; 284-2391 

Lee's Chapel Ms. Carla D. Batten, 802 W. Gold St., Apt. B. Wilson 27893; 243-6694 

Live Oak Mrs. Carolyn Crumpler, Rt. 2 Box 86A, Selma 27576; 965-8454 

Micro, First Tim Stevens, Rt. 1 Box 286, Middlesex 27557; 284-4207 

New Life Mrs. Robin Williams, Rt. 1 Box 123B, Smithfield 27577; 934-5766 

Newton Grove Mrs. C.L. Warren, Rt. 2, Newton Grove 28366; 594-0936 

Nobles Chapel Mrs. Peggy Wilson, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 235-4187 

North Smithfield Braxton Braswell, 32 W. Waddell Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-8492 

Oliver Grove Jimmy Jones, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 934-5608 

Parrish Memorial Bill Braswell, Rt. Box 341, Princeton 27569; 965-6197 

Pauline Niles Compton, Rt. 4 Box 148, Benson 27504; 894-3238 

Pine Level Sharon Thompson, Box 564, Pine Level 27568; 965-8056 

Pisgah H.T. Waits, Rt. 1 Box 295, Smithfield 27577; 934-7765 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Shirley Byrd, Rt. 1, Angier 27501; 894-4900 

Princeton S. Keith Vaughn, Box 215, Princeton 27569; 936-2678 

Sardis Mrs. Larry Ingram, Linda St., Princeton 27569; 936-4241 

Selma Pamela Osment, 501 N. Sellers St., Selma 27576; 965-5848 

Sharon Mrs. Helen Ray, Box 1568, Smithfield 27577; 934-8758 

Shiloh Terry Monroe, 205 November St., Garner 27529; 772-5817 

Smithfield, First Kelley Stone, Box 209, Smithfield 27577; 934-9771 

Stevens Chapel Thelbert Phillips, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577; 965-6523 

Thanksgiving Mrs. Jeanette Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-2588 

Trinity Mrs. Addison Tart, Rt. 6, Dunn 28334; 894-3982 

Watkins Chapel Mrs. Margaret Hinton, Rt. 1 Box 207A, Zebulon 27597; 269-6509 

White Oak Mrs. Dara M. Edwards, Box 411, Clayton 27520 

Wilson's Mills Mrs. Gail Stallings, Rt. 3 Box 61F, Smithfield 27577; 934-6179 

Organists 

(or pianist if no organist) 

Antioch Pat Renfrow, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557; 284-3759 

Baptist Center Mrs. Earl Standley, 2400 Barbour Mill Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-6764 

Baptist Tabernacle Mrs. Kay Nowell, Rt. 3, Wendell 27591; 365-7304 

Benson Mrs. R.L. Smith, 605 W. Harnett St., Benson 27504; 894-3933 

Benson Grove Joan Phillips, Rt. 1, Angier 27501; 894-8470 

Bethany Carol Bicknell, 500 N. Sellars St., Selma 27576; 965-5732 

Bethesda Mrs. Yvonne Benson, 3800 Johnston Union Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-6681 

Beulah Mrs. Karen Lee, Rt. 2 Box 465, Dunn 28334; 892-3592 

Blackmon's Grove Miss Lee Ann Eldridge, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 894-3645 

Burnell Mrs. Byron Johnson, Rt. 3 Box 240E, Four Oaks 27524; 963-3424 

Calvary, Dunn Teresa Barefoot, Eleanor St., Dunn 28334 

Calvary, Selma Alfred Hicks, Box 417, Selma 27576; 965-6380 

Carter's Chapel Miss Karen Sutton, Rt. 2 Box 148, Kenly 27542; 284-4288 

Cedar Grove Melva Deans, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 235-2169 

Clayton, First Marshal Tyson, Box 35, Clayton 27520; 553-4161 

Clydes Chapel Zella Strickland, Rt. 1 Box 16, Wendell 27591; 365-6589 

Corinth Mrs. Lunell Hinton, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597; 365-7918 

Crestwood . . . ; Miss Tammy Baugus, 107 Castle Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-8611 



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Faith Mrs. Mary Ann Adams, Box 298, Pine Level 27568; 965-8835 

Four Oaks Mrs. Annette Johnson, Rt. 3 Box 95B, Four Oaks 27524; 934-5887 

Hales Chapel Mrs. Bill Creech, Rt. 3 Box 3*AA, Zebulon 27597; 269-9482 

Hephzibah Mrs. Geraldine Reardon, Rt. 1 Box 153, Princeton 27569; 965-5060 

Hocutt Memorial Mrs. Barbara Williams, 1014 Mulberry Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7986 

Hood's Grove Mrs. Donald Parker, Rt. 2, Benson 27504; 894-5133 

Jonesboro Mrs. Maxine Jones, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334; 892-3233 

Kenly Mrs. Caldwell, Box 127, Kenly 27542; 284-3396 

Lee's Chapel Mrs. Elaine Mullen, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597; 235-4925 

Live Oak Mrs. Linda Creech, Rt. 1 Box 307, Selma 27576; 965-3396 

Micro, First Mrs. Janice Batten, Rt. 2 Box 92B, Selma 27576; 965-5173 

Middlesex Barbara Strickland, Box 57, Middlesex 27557; 235-3886 

New Life Mrs. Bettye Gibson, Rt. 3 Box 62B, Smithfield 27557; 934-9584 

Newton Grove Thomas Williford, Box 62, Newton Grove 28366; 594-0302 

Nobles Chapel Mrs. Evelyn Glover, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 237-5314 

North Smithfield Peggy Powell, Rt. 1, Smithfield 27577; 934-5834 

Oliver Grove Mrs. Florence Moore, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524; 894-5547 

Parrish Memorial Jeanne H. Woodard, Box 225, Micro 27555; 284-2698 

Pauline Mrs. Janice Gregory, Rt. 3 Box 63A, Four Oaks 27524; 934-2453 

Pine Level Lib Radford, Box 136, Pine Level 27568; 965-3148 

Pisgah Kathryn Baker, 4950 Johnston Union Rd., Clayton 27520; 934-6805 

Pleasant Grove Ms. Ginger Evans, Hwy. 42 S., Garner 27529; 553-6452 

Princeton Pearle Johnson, Box 335, Princeton 27569; 936-3511 

Sardis Mrs. Larry Ingram, Linda St., Princeton 27569; 936-4241 

Selma Melba Woodruff, 101 N. Green St., Selma 27576; 965-3007 

Sharon Mrs. Carolyn Crocker, Rt. 2, Selma 27576; 965-2647 

Shiloh Mrs. Terry Monroe, 205 November St., Garner 27529; 772-5817 

Smithfield, First Thad E. Hardee, 411 Woodall St., Smithfield 27577; 934-2828 

Stevens Chapel Racheal Gooch, Rt. 1, Smithfield 27577; 934-9200 

Thanksgiving Mrs. Jeanette Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-2588 

Trinity Mrs. Christopher Barefoot, Rt. 2, Benson 27504; 893-3384 

Watkins Chapel Mrs. Teresa Overman, Rt. 1 Box 243, Zebulon 27597; 235-4358 

White Oak Mrs. Glenn Moore, 3011 Buffaloe Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7462 

Wilson's Mills Mrs. Linda Strickland, Rt. 3 Box 96B, Smithfield 27577; 934-0914 

Church Clerks 

Antioch Edith McGraw, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557; 865-5796 

Baptist Center Mrs. W.E. Chappell, 3410 Barbour Mill Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7413 

Baptist Tabernacle Mrs. Robert H. Andrews, Box 331, Wendell 27591; 365-7279 

Benson Mrs. Ruth Stephenson, Rt. 1 Box 15, Benson 27504; 894-3519 

Benson Grove Frances Barbour, Rt. 3 Box 400, Benson 27504; 894-3846 

Bethany Mrs. Blanche Bailey, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542; 284-2440 

Bethesda Mrs. Betty Lee, 3221 Peele Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-5684 

Beulah Mrs. Glorice Barefoot, Rt. 2, Box 137, Dunn 28334; 892-1313 

Blackmon's Grove Mrs. Pam Massengill, Rt. 2 Box 320, Four Oaks 27574; 894-2584 

Burnell Mrs. Nelson Johnson, Rt. 3 Box 226, Four Oaks 27524;963-2856 

Calvary, Dunn Sue Gilbert, Rt. 6 Box 137, Dunn 28334; 892-6369 

Calvary, Selma Mrs. Peggy Jones, Rt. 1 Box 105B, Selma 27576; 965-3920 

Carter's Chapel Cecil Dixon, Box 235, Micro 27555; 284-3608 

Cedar Grove Geraline Dail, 124, Boswell St., Wilson 27893; 243-4239 

Clayton, First Mrs. J.W. Lee, 258 Hardee St., Clayton 27520; 553-6565 

Clydes Chapel Brenda Brantley, 1217 Ridgehaven Dr., Wendell 27591; 266-9903 

Corinth Mrs. Joyce Johnson, Rt. 1 Box 386, Zebulon 27597; 365-7938 

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Crestwood Mrs. Marie Odom, 204 Qualie Rd., Smithfield 27577; 934-5474 

Faith Mrs. Ruth Howell, Rt. 2 Box 23A, Selma 27576; 965-2615 

Four Oaks James B. Creech, Box 223, Four Oaks 27524; 963-3264 

Hales Chapel Mrs. Vonnie Andrews, Rt. 1 Box 221, Zebulon 27597; 269-8773 

Hephzibah Memorial Mrs. Betty Massey, Rt. 1 Box 155, Princeton 27569; 965-2542 

Hocutt Memorial Mrs Barbara Williams, 1014 Mulberry Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7986 

Hood's Grove Mrs. Cleo W. Hood, Rt. 2 Box 213, Benson 27504; 894-3435 

Jonesboro Mrs. Judy Parker, Rt. 2 Box 553, Dunn 28334; 892-2377 

Kenly Mildred A. Hales, Rt. 1 Box 31BA, Kenly 27542; 284-3246 

Lee's Chapel Mrs. Dixie Bunn, Rt. 1 Box 30, Middlesex 27557; 235-3887 

Live Oak Mrs. Bonnie Barbour, Rt. 1 Box 289A, Selma 27576; 965-8110 

Micro, First Mrs. Nina Davis, Box 81, Micro 27555; 284-4573 

Middlesex Barbara Dunbar, Box 294, Middlesex 27557; 235-3308 

New Life Mrs. Vickie Duren, 3110 Johnston Union Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-4842 

Newton Grove Mrs. Norma Williford, Rt. 1 Box 175A, Newton Grove 28366; 594-0433 

Nobles Chapel Mrs. Esta Bailey, Rt. 3, Kenly 27542; 284-2644 

North Smithfield Barbara Price, Rt. 1 Box 373 A, Smithfield 27577; 934-5350 

Oliver Grove Johnnie Stewart, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2277 

Parrish Memorial Jeanne H. Woodard, Box 225, Micro 27555; 284-2698 

Pauline Mrs. Josephine Wood, Rt. 1 Box 104A, Four Oaks 27524; 934-4034 

Pine Level Sylvia Hinnant, Rt. 3 Box 92, Selma 27576; 965-5253 

Pisgah Mrs. Susua Austin, Rt. 1, Box 374A, Smithfield 27577; 934-3963 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Jackie Gregory, rt. 1, Hwy. 50, Garner 27529; 772-2110 

Princeton Mrs. Jack Worley, Rt. 1 Box 83, Princeton 27569; 936-8281 

Sardis Mrs. Delphia Whitley, Rt. 2 Box 160, Smithfield 27577; 934-4842 

Selma Ellen Allen, Box 495, Selma 27576; 965-8285 

Sharon Mrs. Carolyn Tharrington, 106 Castle Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-3749 

Shiloh Mrs. Donald R. Byrd, Rt. 1 Box 231, Garner 27529; 772-8047 

Smithfield, First Sidney Broadwell, 1203 S. Walnut Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-3831 

Stevens Chapel L. Wayne Peedin, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Thanksgiving Arnold Price, Rt. 1 Box 196, Selma 27576; 965-2591 

Trinity Mrs. J. Don Johnson, Rt. 2 Box 154, Benson 27504; 894-3434 

Watkins Chapel Charles W. Creech, Rt. 1 Box 196, Zebulon 27597; 269-8877 

White Oak Mrs. Lisa M. Barnes, Rt. 1 Box 322A, Wendell 27591; 553-5763 

Wilson's Mills Mrs. Norman Strickland, Rt. 3 Box 96B, Smithfield 27577; 934-7515 

Treasurers 

Antioch Roger Hinton, Rt. 1 Box 164, Middlesex 27557; 965-2587 

Baptist Center Billy Wells, 3430 Barbour Mill Rd., Clayton 27577; 553-6659 

Baptist Tabernacle Howard Driver, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591; 365-7595 

Benson Randy Stevenson, 404 W. Harnett St., Benson 27504; 894-4436 

Benson Grove Charles Parrish, Rt. 1, Angier 27501; 894-4686 

Bethany Floyd Watkins, Rt. 2, Selma 27576; 965-5332 

Bethesda Ayden Lee, Jr., 3221 Peele Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-5684 

Beulah Malah McLamb, Rt. 4, Benson 27504; 894-4025 

Blackmon's Grove Mrs. Carolyn Holley, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 894-5962 

Burnell Ivey Johnson, Rt. 3 Box 222, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2897 

Calvary, Dunn Mrs. Louise Lee, Rt. 6 Box 145, Dunn 28334; 892-5364 

Calvary, Selma R.T. Hinton, 907 W. Walnut St., Selma 27576; 965-3850 

Carter's Chapel Roger Sutton, Rt. 2 Box 148, Kenly 27542; 284-4288 

Cedar Grove Henry Dail, 124 Boswell St., Wilson 27893; 243-4239 

Clayton, First James Cash, Box 417, Clayton 27520; 553-7244 

Clydes Chapel Margaret Medlin, Rt. 1 Box 222, Wendell 27591; 365-7586 

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Corinth Wyatt Eason, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591; 365-7450 

Crestwood Donald Rose, 62 White Oak, Smithfield 27577; 934-6106 

Faith Clarence Brown, Rt. 2, Box 2190, Selma 27576; 965-2671 

Four Oaks Tim Grady, Box 1009, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2544 

Hales Chapel Mrs. F.C. Vann, Rt. 1 Box 46, Zebulon 27597; 269-8567 

Hephzibah W.C. Wilkins, Pine Level 27568; 965-2295 

Hocutt Memorial Herman Jones, 216 Crescent Dr., Clayton 27520; 553-6563 

Hoods Grove Mrs. Jarvis Blackmon, Rt. 2 Box 246, Benson 27504; 894-4185 

Jonesboro Mrs. Sue Tart, Rt. 2 Box 603, Dunn 28334; 892-3812 

Kenly Henry Kirby, Box 595, Kenly 27542; 284-3036 

Lee's Chapel Mrs. Mary D. Stallings, Box 40, Middlesex 27557; 235-3978 

Live Oak Mrs. Ruth Avery, Rt. 1 Box 328, Selma 27576; 965-3908 

Micro, First Mrs. Cludia Parrish, Box 251, Micro 27555; 284-3953 

Middlesex Cecil Williford, Box 265, Middlesex 27557; 235-3890 

New Life Ms. Carolyn Gotshall, Rt. 3 Box 49, Smithfield 27577; 934-8235 

Newton Grove Howard Denning, Rt. 2, Newton Grove 28366; 594-0224 

Nobles Chapel Mrs. Jean Fulghum, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 237-6334 

North Smithfield Edith Deese, 11 W. Edgerton St., Smithfield 27577; 934-4373 

Oliver Grove Thel Price, Rt. 4, Four Oaks 27524; 963-3389 

Parrish Memorial Susan Parrish, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 284-5362 

Pauline Mrs. Ruth Wood, Rt. 1 Box 335, Four Oaks 27524; 934-0320 

Pine Level Brendy Peedin, Rt. 3 Box 380AA, Selma 27576; 965-9722 

Pisgah Mrs. Blenda Braswell, 419 Wellons St., Smithfield 27577; 934-7238 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. Jackie Miller, Rt. 1, Willow Springs 27592; 639-4972 

Princeton Clitus Hinton, Rt. 1 Box 398, Princeton 27569; 936-1111 

Sardis Mrs. Linda Massey, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577; 934-6796 

Selma Hubert Allen, Box 495, Selma 27576; 965-8285 

Sharon M.B. McLeod, 204 McCullers St., Smithfield 27577; 934-4452 

Shiloh Donald R. Byrd, Rt. 1 Box 231, Garner 27529; 772-8047 

Smithfield, First G.A. Allen, 401 S. 2nd St., Smithfield 27577; 934-2541 

Stevens Chapel Mrs. Sherill Thompson, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577; 965-8554 

Thanksgiving Mrs. Katie Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-5089 

Trinity Mrs. David E. Lee, Rt. 2, Benson 27504; 894-4791 

Watkins Chapel Phillip Parish, Box 211, Wendell 27591; 365-7541 

White Oak Mrs. Russell Price, 3541 Buff aloe Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7831 

Wilson's Mills C.B. Wood, 502 Powell St., Smithfield 27577; 934-2066 

Chairmen of Deacons 

Antioch Lee McGraw, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557; 965-5796 

Baptist Center Lawrence Canady, P.O. Box 305, Clayton 27520; 553-6467 

Baptist Tabernacle Ricky Watson, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591; 365-9226 

Benson Jerry Adams, Rt. 1, Box 356A; 894-4926 

Benson Grove Paul Revels, Rt. 1, Angier 27501; 894-4983 

Bethany P.H. Daughtry, Jr., Rt. 2 Box 157, Kenly 27542; 284-2268 

Bethesda John S. Clary, 1103 Crescent Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-8706 

Beulah Randy Ivey, Box 250, Angier 27501; 637-2809 

Blackmon 's Grove James Lee, Rt., Four Oaks 27524; 894-3685 

Burnell Nelson Johnson, Rt. 3 Box 226, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2856 

Calvary, Selma Charles Denning, Rt. 6, Dunn 28334 

Calvary, Dunn R.T. Hinton, 904 W. Walnut St., Selma 27576; 965-3850 

Carter's Chapel Andy Oliver, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 284-3736 

Cedar Grove Bertis Deans, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 235-2169 

Clayton, First W.R. O'Neal, 517 Starling St., Clayton 27520; 553-6360 

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Qydes Chapel Nevell Davis, Rt. 1 Box 10, Wendell 27591; 365-7558 

Crestwood Jackie Hawley, Rt. 3 Box 485, Smithfield 27577; 934-3593 

Faith David Howell, Rt. 2 Box 23A, Selma 27576; 965-2615 

Four Oaks H.J. Beeker, Box 187, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2679 

Hales Chapel Tom Price, Rt. 1 Box 58, Zebulon 27597; 269-9849 

Hephzibah Charles G. Pilkington, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 965-8156 

Hocutt Memorial Robert Weatherspoon, 213 Ln., Sir Galahad 27529; 772-4170 

Hood's Grove Donald Parker, Rt. 2, Benson 27504; 894-5133 

Jonesboro Garrett Webb, Rt. 3 Box 21, Dunn 28334; 892-7752 

Kenly Thurman R. Batten, Rt. 3 Box 276, Kenly 27542; 284-2329 

Lee's Chapel Floyd F. Bunn, Rt. 1 Box 30, Middlesex 27557; 235-3887 

Live Oak Jerry Norris, Rt. 1 Box 378, Selma 27576; 965-6186 

Micro, First Dan Simmons, Rt. 3 Box 540B, Smithfield 27577; 934-5761 

Middlesex John Brantley, P.O. Box 515, Middlesex 27557; 235-4609 

New Life Roger Gower, Rt. 3 Box 60A, Smithfield 27577; 934-6983 

Newton Grove C.L. Warren, Rt. 2,Newton Grove 28336; 594-0936 

Nobles Chapel Danny Glover, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 235-5314 

North Smithfield Ed Price, Rt. 1 Box 373A, Sithfield 27577; 934-5350 

Oliver Grove Jimmy Jones, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 934-5608 

Parrish Memorial James Raynor, Micro 27555; 284-2230 

Pauline Joe David Massey, Rt. 1, Four Oaks 27524; 934-7583 

Pine Level Clyde Creech, P.O. Box 218, Pine Level 27568; 965-2280 

Pisgah CP. Johnson, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 88, Smithfield 27577; 934-4013 

Pleasant Grove George Carroll, Rt. 1, Willow Springs 27592 

Princeton Raymond Jones, Rt. 1 Box 33, Princeton 27569; 735-5024 

Sardis , W.L. Strickland, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577; 934-4733 

Selma Joe Moore, P.O. Box 451, Selma 27576; 965-2017 

Shiloh Ray McGee, Rt. 1, Garner 27529; 772-9586 

Stevens Chapel Norwood Hatcher, Princeton 27569; 936-2181 

Thanksgiving Jimmy Gordon, Rt. 3 Box 322, Smithfield 27577; 934-3427 

Trinity Luther D. Johnson, Rt. 2, Benson 27504; 894-5577 

Watkins Chapel Odell Creech, Rt. 1 Box 243, Zebulon 27597; 269-9644 

White Oak Glenn Moore, 3011 Buff aloe Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7462 

Wilson's Mills C.B. Wood, 502 Powell St., Smithfield 27577; 934-2066 

Media Library Directors 

Antioch Erdene Narron, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557; 965-3530 

Baptist Center Mrs. Robert Brooks, 3931 Ranch Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7302 

Baptist Tabernacle Mrs. Pam Ide, 1121 Heritage Dr., Wendell 27591; 365-9640 

Benson Mrs. Annie Ruth Turlington, 102 Pine St., Benson 27504; 894-3270 

Bethesda Mrs. Marjorie Puckett, 224 Juniper St., Clayton 27520; 553-5538 

Calvary, Dunn Sue Gilbert, Rt. Box 137, Dunn 28334; 892-6369 

Carter's Chapel Mrs. Myrtle Price, Rt. 2, Selma 27576; 965-5301 

Crestwood Mrs. Pamela Crocker, 504 N. Sharpe St., Selma 27576; 965-9449 

Faith Mrs. Dianne Blackmon, 601 W. Walnut St., Selma 27576; 965-9680 

Four Oaks Mrs. R.E. Moore, Box 164, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2483 

Hephzibah Mrs. Linda King, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569; 965-3909 

Hocutt Memorial Mrs. Elaine Boyette, 511 O'Neil St., Clayton 27520; 553-7488 

Kenly Mrs. Jess Joliff, Rt. 4 Box 229A, Kenly 27542; 284-2431 

Lee's Chapel Miss Amy Denton, Box 256, Middlesex 27557; 235-3430 

Live Oak Mrs. Ruby Dunn, Rt. 1 Box 269, Selma 27576; 965-3109 

Pine Level Mrs. Clara Parker, Box 86, Pine Level 27568; 965-3317 

Pisgah Mrs. Irene Whitley, Rt. 3 Box 102, Smithfield 27577; 934-4402 

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Princeton Erma Lee Woodard, Rt. 1 Box 267, Princeton 27569; 936-3191 

Sardis Mrs. Linda Massey, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577; 934-6796 

Selma Sue Wood, 501 Cherry St., Selma 27576; 965-9228 

Shiloh Mrs. Gene Coats, Rt. 1, Garner 27529; 772-3653 

Smithfield, First Lois M. Overby, 611 S. 4th St., Smithfield 27577; 934-2495 

Thanksgiving Mrs. Joe Poole, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-4675 

Trinity Mrs. Carl D. Peacock, Rt. 2, Benson 27504; 894-4693 

Watkins Chapel Mrs. Betty Lewis, Rt. 1 Box 110, Middlesex 27557; 269-8829 

White Oak Mrs. Dawn Dillard, 2101 Woodstone Dr., Clayton 27520; 553-3331 

Ordained Ministers Other Than Pastors 

Bethany Charles Carroll, 326 Page St., Clayton 27520; 553-7421 

Carter's Chapel Willard A. Brown (PI), Rt. 2 Box 102A, Selma 27576; 965-3704 

Four Oaks R.E. Moore (R), Box 164, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2483 

Live Oak Lesley Allen 

Middlesex E.C. Reeves (PI), 3900 Johnston Union Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-4382 

Pisgah J.H. Mauney (R), 402 E. Holt St., Smithfield 27577; 934-2837 

Joe Puckett (R), 513 Lee St., Smithfield 27577; 934-2830 

Selma Horace Ricks (AW), 305 N. Green St., Selma 27576; 965-6957 

Sharon Fletcher Ford (R), 102 Castle Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-3525 

Robert Barefoot (PI), 104 S. Rogers Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-2064 

Smithfield, First Norman F. Arant, 202A, Cloverdale Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-1413 

Watkins Chapel Eldridge Narron (I), Rt. 1 Box 93, Middlesex 27557; 269-8703 

White Oak W.E. Pritchard (O), 2100 Mission Farm Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-4140 

Thomas Woodall (CH), 2100 Mission Farm Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-5138 

Ministers Ordained This Year 

Oydes Chapel Bobby Smith, Rt. 1 Box 217, Wendell 27591 

Corinth Wayne Maberry, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

Selma L.D. Pritchard, 307 N. Graves St., Selma 27576; 965-9540 

Ministers Licensed This Year 

North Smithfield Eddie Gutherie, Fruitland Bible College, Hendersonville 



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Annual Session Agenda 

Johnston Baptist Association 

Crestwood Baptist Church 
October 22, 1984 

Theme: Rejoicing in service to Christ through the church (Phil. 3:1a). 



7:30 Call to Order. . . 

Hymn of Praise 



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. . . Tim Stevens 
Marshall Tyson 



Welcome 8c Announcements Thomas Pearce 

Adoption of the Order of Business Thurman Batten 

7:40 Theme Interpretation Edgar Whitlock 

Prayer Jeff Clarke 

7:50 Director of Missions Report Horace Ricks 

8:05 Church Ministry Presentation Crest wood 

8: 15 Convention General Board Report Ben Parker 

Hymn of Dedication Marshall Tyson 

8:25 Miscellaneous Business 

8:40 Recognitions: Visitors, New Pastors Moderator 

Special Music Crestwood 

8:50 Annual Sermon Tom Herndon 

9:15 Benediction TimStarnes 

TUESDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 23, 1984 
WILSON'S MILLS BAPTIST CHURCH 

3:15 Call to Order Tim Stevens 

Hymn of Praise Marshall Tyson 

Welcome 8c Announcements Danny Powell 

Theme Interpretation Edgar Whitlock 

Prayer Carlton Gunter 

3:30 Theological Lecture Dr. J. Winston Pearce 

Hymn of Missions Marshall Tyson 

DENOMINATIONAL AGENCIES REPORTS 

4:00 Baptist Children's Homes Charles Tanner 

4:15 Baptist State Convention Richard Smith 

4:30 Miscellaneous Business 

5:00 Church Ministry Presentation Benson 

Hymn of Dedication Marshall Tyson 

5:15 Budget & Finance Report Chad Allen 

Time, Place 8c Preacher Report Don Price 

Committee on Committees Report Clitus Hinton 

Committee on Nominations Report Louise Wall 

5:35 Recognition of Visitors, former Moderators and former Director of Missions 

Special Music Mrs. Katherine Childrey 

5:45 Moderator's Message Tim Stevens 

Announcements Danny Powell 

Prayer & Blessing Paul Rose 

6:10 Supper 

TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 23, 1984 
WILSON'S MILLS BAPTIST CHURCH 

7:30 Call to Order. Tim Stevens 

Hymn of Praise Marshall Tyson 

7:35 Theme Interpretation Edgar Whitlock 

Prayer Leslie Parrish 

7:45 Church Ministry Report Wilson's Mills 

7:55 W.M.U. Missions Presentation 

8:10 Resolutions Committee Report John Ryberg 

8:15 Memorials Committee Report Mrs. Lois Overby 

Hymn of Stewardship Marshall Tyson 



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8:45 
9:15 



8:40 



8:25 



Miscellaneous Business 
Recognition of New Officers 
Moderator's Appointments . . 

Special Music 

Message 

Benediction 



. . Tim Stevens 
Wilson's Mills 
. R.G. Puckett 
. David Adams 



Proceedings 



First Day 



1. The 82nd Annual Session of the Johnston Baptist Association was called to order by 
moderator Tim Stevens at 7:30 p.m., October 22, at the Crestwood Baptist Church. Marshall 
Tyson led the congregation in singing, "Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus." 

2. Host pastor Thomas Pearce welcomed the messengers and visitors and made announce- 
ments concerning facilities and refreshments. 

3. Thurman Batten called attention to the printed program and moved that it be adopted as 
the order of business. The motion was seconded and passed. 

4. The moderator appointed Hoyt Lock to serve as parliamentarian. 

5. Edgar Whitlock spoke, interpreting the theme: Rejoicing in Service to Christ through 
the Church (Phil. 3:10). This first message dealt with how Christians rejoice in Christ as "par- 
takers of grace" with freedom that gives joy even in the presence of conflict or sorrow. 

6. Jeffrey Clark led in prayer. 

7. Horace Ricks presented his report as Director of Missions and addressed the association, 
giving some history of Baptist work in associations and conventions. He also spoke of some con- 
cerns and plans for the future. 

8. Thomas Pearce gave a church ministry presentation for Crestwood Baptist Church, 
citing the church's growth, outreach and new building. 

9. Horace Ricks reported on the Baptist State Convention's General Board, noting among 
other things that Roy J. Smith will be presented to the convention as the nominee for the 
General Secretary, and a $24,000,000 budget will also be proposed. 

10. Marshall Tyson led the congregation in singing the hymn, "The Solid Rock." 

11. Willard Brown read this motion: "Mr. Moderator, I move that the New Life Missionary 
Baptist Church of Wilson's Mills, which has been under the watchcare of the association since 
March, be received into full membership of the Johnston Baptist Association, and that their 
elected messengers become voting members of this body along with the other elected 
messengers." After the motion was seconded he told the listeners that the New Life Baptist 
Church was organized on December 4, 1983, and gave a brief summary of their cooperation 
with the association and a digest of their report to the association. The motion carried and the 
messengers of the new church were recognized and welcomed. 

12. New pastors were recognized from Kenly, Blackmon's Grove, Four Oaks, New Life, 
Thanksgiving, Lee's Chapel, Antioch, Newton Grove, Faith and Corinth. 

13. Jim Sauls spoke briefly for Baptist Retirement Homes. 

14. Mrs. Budd Smith spoke briefly for Christian Higher Education. 

15. The Crestwood Church choir sang, "We Are Children of the Kingdom" and "We Shall 
Wear a Golden Crown." 

16. Thomas Herndon preached the Annual Sermon after reading John Chapter 9, verses 1 
through 7. He showed how Jesus saw a man in need and ministered helpfully, as we ought. 
The disciples, however, saw the needy man differently, forgetting Jesus' admonition "Love the 
neighbor as thyself." Though the blind man got no support from them, he saw the love of 
Christ and became a new man filled with faith, hope and joy. 

17. Moderator Stevens announced the second day's meetings. The closing prayer was led by 
Tim Stevens. _17_ 



Second Day 



18. The second day of the 82nd session of the Johnston Baptist Association convened at the 
Wilson's Mills Baptist Church at 3:15 p.m., October 23, 1984, with Moderator Tim Stevens 
presiding. 

19. Marshall Tyson led in the congregational singing of, "To God Be the Glory." 

20. Wayne Strickland welcomed messengers and visitors and made explanations about 
facilities and the catered meal to be served following the afternoon meeting. 

21. Edgar Whitlock continued his series on the theme interpretation. After reading Philip- 
pians 1:3-10, he spoke on Rejoicing in Service - giving of self, giving money and support, and 
serving through prayer. 

22. Carlton Gunter led in prayer. 

23. For the Theological Lecture the moderator introduced Dr. J. Winston Pearce who read 
Isaiah 40:10-14 and Colossians 1:15-18 and talked about God and His relationship to people. 
Using a figure of speech he showed that the body is greater than the hand, yet the body uses the 
hand and suffers with and through the hand. So is the relationship between God and His 
people, and just when we needed Him most He refused to leave us. 

24. Marshall Tyson led in singing the hymn, "I Love to Tell the Story." 

25. With Vice Moderator Clitus Hinton presiding, Horace Ricks introduced William H. 
Crouch who spoke for Baptist Children's Homes. He showed how through this ministry we are 
helping young people find the power to overcome the giants that face them. 

26. Horace Ricks also introduced Richard Smith who spoke about the work we do through 
the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. He commended the churches saying, "You are 
a vital part of what we are doing together." 

27. Clitus Hinton presided over miscellaneous business and announcements. 

28. Donald Price gave a church ministry presentation for Benson Baptist Church, pointing 
out the various ways this church ministers to people in the area. 

29. Marshall Tyson led in singing the hymn, "How Firm a Foundation." 

30. Chad Allen presented the Budget and Finance Committee's report and moved the adop- 
tion of the proposed budget as printed. The motion was seconded and adopted. 

31. Don Price read the Time, Place and Preacher report and moved its adoption. The 
motion was seconded and adopted. 

32. Clitus Hinton presented the report of the Committee on Committees and moved its adop- 
tion. The motion was seconded and the committees were elected. 

33. Louise Wall presented nominations for the general officers and moved that they be elec- 
ted. With no other nominations, the motion was seconded and adopted. 

34. Joe Baker, representative from Meredith College, was recognized and spoke for North 
Carolina Baptist Schools. 

35. Former moderators were recognized: Horace Ricks, John Ryberg, Harold White, Ken- 
neth Thrasher and Maurice Grissom 

36. One former Director of Missions, R.E. Moore, was recognized and spoke briefly on the 
Baptist Foundation. 

37. Historian Charles Creech displayed bound volumes of all minutes of the association since 
its organization in 1903 and informed the messengers that these would be in the Johnston Bap- 
tist Association building to be seen and used as needed. 

38. Edgar Whitlock spoke briefly on the report of the Annuity Board. 

39. The Moderator's message by Tim Stevens began with the reading of John 6:24 ff . He 
spoke of how Jesus came, called by some the second Moses, but with grace and truth and as the 
bread of life. He pointed out the need to have the right motives for activities as a Christian. 

40. Mrs. Katherine Childrey sang a solo, "Come Ye Blessed of My Father." 

41. After announcement by Wayne Strickland, the prayer before the evening meal was led 
by Paul Rose. 

42. Fellowship and evening meal. 

43. At 7:30 Moderator Stevens called the meeting to order and Marshall Tyson led the 
congregation in singing, "Praise Him, Praise Him." 

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44. Edgar Whitlock's theme interpretation entitled "Rejoicing in the Lord" was concerned 
with sharing together in the church and joy as a way of life for the Christian that is not 
eradicated by conditions. He said we do not give up, knowing that He who has begun a good 
work in us will bring it to completion. 

45. Tim Stevens led in prayer. 

46. Mrs. Zelda Wood gave a church ministry presentation for the Wilson's Mills Church 
which had celebrated its 100th anniversary on October 4, 1984. She spoke of the church's 
growth and ministry in the area and introduced the church's new pastor, Danny Powell, who 
spoke briefly. 

47. Mrs. Jean Hinton presented Joseph Clontz of Chapel Hill who gave a missionary 
message, focusing on Togo, West Africa. He spoke of the hot weather, primitive conditions and 
disease. Our missionary help has been in many forms. Students have gone, including 
Kevin Hinton from. Princeton Baptist Church. He said their religion scares the people; we 
bring good news - joy. 

48. John Ryberg read resolutions and moved their adoption. The first was a resolution 
against resolutions. The motion was seconded and approved. He read a resolution on tobacco. 
The motion was seconded and after much discussion, pro and con, it was approved. The third 
resolution was on Women in Ministry. It was seconded, discussed pro and con and approved. 
The last was a resolution of Thanks and Appreciation. It was seconded and approved. 

49. Mrs. Lois Overby had distributed a list of church members who died during the year - 
Our Beloved Dead in Christ - and read I John 5:11 and 13. While heads were bowed she read, 

"Give me the wings of faith to rise 
Within the veil and see 
The saints above, how great their joys 
How bright their glories be. " 

which was followed by a solo entitled, "Eternal Life," by William Massengill. 

50. Marshall Tyson led the congregation in singing, "Take My Life and Let It Be." 

51. Mrs. Louise Wall presented nominees from the nominating committee: Donald Price 
for chairman of the Evangelism Committee and Ted Turner, assistant. They were elected. 

52. Director of Missions Horace Ricks presented plaques to Charles Creech, retiring 
Historian who had served since 1977, and Willard Brown, retiring Clerk who had served since 
1980. 

53. Moderator Stevens recognized the new officers of the association and appointed the 
Committee on Committees and Institutional Representatives. 

54. The Wilson's Mills Church Choir sang, "The Way That He Loves" and "Because He 
Lives." 

55. Moderator Stevens introduced Editor R.G. Pucket, Editor of the Biblical Recorder, who 
read Acts 2:1-8 and addressed the association using the subject, "Where the Spirit of the Lord 
Is." He spoke of the unity of spirit and purpose at Pentecost, the coming of the Holy Spirit, the 
hearing and understanding of the gospel in the native language of the listeners and the lasting 
results from such presence of the Spirit. This he contrasted with examples of the spirit of con- 
flict and showed how we so much need a pentecost everywhere today. 

56. After words of appreciation by the moderator, the 82nd session of the Johnston Baptist 
Association closed with prayer led by David Adams. 

Report of the General Board 

The General Board of the Johnston Baptist Association met four times during the year 1983- 
84: January 5, March 29, June 28 and September 27. Moderator Tim Stevens presided over all 
meetings. There were reports, promotion plans and announcements. This report is a summary 
of the actions taken. 

At the January meeting H. J. Beeker and Clarence Woodard were elected to serve on the 
Budget and Finance Committee after being nominated by th<L' Nominating Committee. 

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At the March meeting a motion for the Association Council was adopted recommending 
"to the General Board that the New Life Baptist Church be accepted under the watchcare 
of the Johnston Baptist Association until the annual meeting in October." Department direc- 
tors were nominated and elected: H.T. Waits, Sunday School, Maurice W. Grissom, Church 
Training (also elected to unexpired term of Raymond Moore); Al Marguerat, Youth Ministry; 
Chadwick Allen, Evangelism, (also elected to unexpired term of Tom Hupp); Jean Hinton, 
Woman's Missionary Union; Tom V. Herndon, Brotherhood and Chris Akers, Library Ser- 
vices. James Ellerbe was nominated and elected to the unexpired term of Tom Hupp on the 
Budget and Finance Committee. The following statement was adopted: "The Committee on 
Nominations recommends that a committee be appointed to study the feasibility of adding an 
assistant director to each department. The assistant director's responsibility would be one of 
training and assisting the director. We suggest that the study committee consider the length of 
office for each director." 

At the June meeting, the proposed budget was considered and a motion was passed instruc- 
ting the Budget and Finance Committee to contact an accountant on the matter of whether the 
amount budgeted for the associational secretary's social security and salary should be adjusted 
to comply with the law and that the committee be given the authority to make any necessary 
technical changes in the listing in the budget. The Nominating Committee report was adopted. 
A motion was passed that we participate as an Association in the Simultaneous Revivals in 
March, 1986, and that we encourage the churches to cooperate. A motion was passed that the 
annual Deacon's Banquet be under the direction of the Church Training Department in 
cooperation with the association office as they choose. A resolution on tobacco production was 
passed: "Whereas the production and sale of tobacco remains the economic lifeline for many 
of our people and the majority of our churches in the Johnston Baptist Association. 

And whereas it is essential that we have money from tobacco, at the present time in order to 
continue to carry on our church programs including the Cooperative Program which is the 
lifeline for mission support. 

And whereas the Southern Baptist Convention meeting June 12-14, 1984 in Kansas City, 
Missouri adopted a resolution opposing the production of tobacco without realizing the 
economic impact to the Southern States and many Southern Baptist Churches. 

Be it therefore resolved that we, the General Board of the Johnston Baptist Association, 
meeting in session on this the 28thday of June, reaffirm our love and support of the farmers in 
our churches and our appreciation for their present and continued support of Southern Bap- 
tist work through the local church and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

This resolution to be mailed to the Smithfield Herald and the Biblical Recorder for 
publication." 

The moderator appointed Clitus Hinton, Louise Wall, Hoyt Lock, Ted Turner and Merle 
Martin to serve on a committee to study the possibility of adding an assistant director to each 
department. 

At the September meeting, the Nominating Committee's report was approved. 

Willard A. Brown, Clerk 

Director of Missions Report 

It has been a busy year and a good year for the churches of Johnston Baptist Association. 
New organizations have been started, financial support has increased, a new church came un- 
der the watchcare of the association, bring the total to fifty-two, and new ministries have been 
started by some of the churches. 

Bold Missions Thrust is a great concern at this time. We are deep into this program. A part 
of the program is 8.5 x 85. This is an attempt to enroll 8.5 million people in Southern Baptist 
Sunday Schools by December 31, 1985. There is much to be done, but the goal is certainly at- 
tainable. We urge every church to make a special effort to enroll additional people in Sunday 
School in the next fourteen months. 



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The effectiveness of Bold Missions Thrust can only be determined church by church. Only 
as each church makes plans to minister to more people will the Bold Missions Thrust goals be 
reached. Does your church have plans to grow? Have goals been set and plans devised for 
reaching unchurched people in your community? 

The Cooperative Program is the lifeline of the ministry of Southern Baptists. There literally 
is no other plan, nor does there need to be another plan. We need to increase our giving 
to the Cooperative Program causes each year. It is too bad when a church gives a very small in- 
crease, if it is capable of much greater support. Please know that our dollars are spent wisely 
and with a genuine desire to do the most good with the dollars which are spent. 

The three special mission offerings supplement Cooperative Program. Approximately half 
the money provided to the Home and Foreign Mission Boards represents about half of the 
budgets of the Boards. I hereby express appreciation for the excellent supports of the three 
missions offerings - The Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for Foreign Missions, the Annie 
Armstrong Easter Offering for Home Missions and the North Carolina Missions Offering. 

The year 1985 and 1986 will be busy years in the area of evangelism. Beginning in 
January, 1985, the training process will begin for Simultaneous Good News America Revivals. 
Churches are asked to vote, to participate and to follow the suggested preparation pattern. A 
people search will be suggested, and the churches will need to enlist the guest preacher early. 
The dates for the east is March 9-16, 1986. 

Stewardship development is a challenge to Johnston Baptist Association Baptists. Many more 
churches need to plan stewardship programs in order to develop the stewardship potential of 
our people. Both the Association and Baptist State Convention are good sources of counsel and 
assistance in planning for a stewardship emphasis. 

We are busy, but the task in unfinished. We have not arrived. We haven't reached our 
potential for service. We are challenged to plan, promote, instruct and inspire our people to do 
bigger things for our Lord. 

With Paul let us affirm, "I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in 
Christ Jesus" (Phil. 3:14). 

Horace Ricks, Director of Missions 



Treasurer's Report 

Johnston Baptist Association Income 
October 1, 1983 - September 30, 1984 



CHURCHES CONTRIBUTIONS 






Antioch 


$ 302.50 


Faith 


430.00 


Baptist Center 


765.00 


Four Oaks 


1,200.00 


Baptist Tabernacle 


2,017.65 


Hale's Chapel 


475.00 


Benson 


1,366.00 


Hephzibah 


1,200.00 


Benson Grove 


100.00 


Hocutt Memorial 


3,902.26 


Bethany 


300.00 


Hood's Grove 


53.75 


Bethesda 


1,175.50 


Jonesboro 


125.00 


Beulah 


347.88 


Kenly 


180.00 


Blackmon's Grove 


520.00 


Lee's Chapel 


564.82 


Burnell 


200.00 


Live Oak 


840.00 


Calvary, Dunn 


215.28 


Micro 


650.04 


Calvary, Selma 


60.00 


Middlesex 


1,294.31 


Carter's Chapel 


800.00 


New Life 


348.01 


Cedar Grove 


450.00 


Newton Grove 


72.77 


Clayton First 


2,100.00 


Noble's Chapel 


900.00 


Clyde's Chapel 


1,245.35 


North Smithf ield 


325.00 


Corinth 


950.00 


Oliver's Grove 


500.00 


Crestwood 


829.42 2l 


Parrish Memorial 


703.09 



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Steven's Chapel 


JE A 1 A 


Jrisgan i,i>3u.uu 


Thanksgiving 


K£7 K.K. 
DO/ .DO 


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Trinity 


9 OK. A A 
345. UU 


l* rinceton l , U5U . UU 


watKin s ^napei 


343. UU 


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9 1 7Q £/< 


Selma 3,113.88 


Wilson's Mills 


1,248.24 


Sharon 1,282.87 


Miscellaneous 


O ^7 O O K 1 

2,733.51 


Shiloh 570.00 


Total Deposits 


$49,404.14 


Johnston Baptist Association Disbursements 




October 1, 1983 


. September 30, 1984 






Budgeted 


Dis b u r semen ts 




1983-1984 


1089 1 QUA 


200 SALARIES & BENEFITS 






1 Salaries 


$20,502.00 


49A Aftfi K9 


2. Utilities 


4^000.00 


4 000 OR 


3. Insurance 


3,037.45 


9 A99 99 


4. Annuity 


3,965.00 


3,965.04 


5. FICA Taxes 


2,100.00 


2,138.46 


TOTAL 


$33,604.45 


$33,622.32 


300 OPERATING EXPENSES 






1 . Supplies & Postage 


$ 3,000.00 




2. Building & Equipment Needs 


1,800.00 


1 SIR 04 


3. Utilities (building) 


2,200.00 


9 9*71 97 
4,5/ 1.3/ 


4. Insurance (building) 


305.00 


9A1 AA 
4U1.UU 


5. D.O.M. Travel 


3,450.00 


9 /IK A 9 A 


6. D.O.M. Conventions & Conferences 


3,456.00 


1 9AA AA 

1,4UU.UU 


7. Associational Promotion 


150.00 


55.00 


8. Budget Promotion 


100.00 


20.80 


TOTAL 


<tio one a a 

$1^,405. OU 


$11,750.97 


400 ANNUAL MEETINGS 






1. Publishing Annual 


750.00 


t 1A9. 1Q 

$ /43.iy 


2. Speakers 


150.00 


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3. Clerk 


200.00 


200.00 


4. Historian 


300.00 


300.00 


TOTAL 


$ 1,400.00 


$ 1,343.19 


500 ORGANIZATIONS 






1. Woman's Missionary Union 


$ 750.00 


<C AQ9 Ql 


2. Brotherhood 


600.00 


70 79 
/y. /4 


3. Sunday School 


685.00 


191.28 


4. Church Training 


400.00 


125.66 


TOTAL 


$ 2,435.00 


$ 889.57 


600 PROGRAMS 






1. Music 


$ 100.00 




2. Evangelism 


150.00 


A QA 


3. Vacation Bible School 






4. Mission Ministries 


150.00 


8.26 


5. Leader Training 


500.00 


155.00 


6. Youth Ministry 


150.00 





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7. Library /Media Center 

8. Senior Adult Ministry 

9. Stewardship Development 

10. Seminary Extension 

1 1 . 1984 World Missions Conference 
TOTAL 

TOTAL BUDGET 



Beginning Checking A/C Bal. October 1, 1984 
Plus Deposits 
Less Disbursements 

Ending Checking A/C Bal. September 30, 1984 
Savings 



100.00 
100.00 
50.00 
200.00 
1,500.00 



27.37 



$ 3,000.00 $ 195.43 

$52,644.45 Trans, tosav. 500.00 



$48,301.48 

$ 1,439.72 
49,404.14 
48,301.48 

$ 2,542.38 

500.00 



Hubert Allen, Treasurer 



Budget and Finance Committee Report 

The Budget and Finance Committee has sought to provide leadership, information and 
recommendations to the Association during the 1983-84 associational year. Our purpose has 
been to carry out efficiently and effectively the responsibilities delegated to us by the 
association as outlined in the job descriptions of the committee. In so doing we have, at times, 
found it necessary to contact churches by phone and correspondence in an effort to see that the 
financial obligations of the association could be met. We are happy to report that financial 
support for the association by the 52 member churches has greatly improved in the latter half 
of the year. We are encouraged by this upswing in support for the ministries which we en- 
deavor to carry out together. 

For the past three years we have made every effort to involve the association in Ministry- 
Action Budgeting. This approach puts emphasis on ministries to be performed rather than 
dollars to be spent. This method of budget formation requires input from the leadership of our 
various ministries if it is to be effective. Each of the past three years the committee has sent 
requests for such input to that leadership. This year we received only four responses. Thus the 
effort to gather information and input has not been as effective as it could have been. 

We continue to emphasize the need for every church to give financially to the Johnston Bap- 
tist Association, to give 3 percent of the church's undesignated offerings, and to send the con- 
tributions to the association office on a monthly basis. The treasurer of the association must 
pay the financial obligations on a weekly or monthly basis and this cannot be done if our chur- 
ches do not make their contributions monthly. 

Chad wick J. Allen, Chairman 

Ministry- Action Budget 

Johnston Baptist Association 
1984-1985 

This is the third year your Budget and Finance Committee has used the Ministry-Action 
budgeting process. The emphasis of this approach is on ministries and not on dollars. Its major 
thrust is to encourage the member churches to examine the purpose of the association and to 
seek God's leadership in developing and planning for the ministries He wants us to perform. 
In our efforts we have sought input from committee and organization leadership, the paid 
staff, pastors, and laymen. This year's preparation also included a Great Challenge Association 
Budget Workshop attended by 90 people representing 23 of our churches. We have taken into 
consideration your suggestions as we have formulated the following recommended budget. 

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200 -SALARIES & BENEFITS 



The association cannot function properly without our Director of Missions and our office 
secretary. These two paid staff members are vital to the successful operation of the ministries of 
our cooperating churches. They along with elected officers and leaders, enable us to accom- 
plish our joint undertakings in an orderly fashion. 

Budgeted 1983-84 Budgeted 1984-85 

1. Salaries $20,502.00 $21,605.95 

2. Utilities 4,000.00 4,000.00 

3. Insurance 3,037.45 3,475.45 

4. Annuity 3,965.00 3,985.00 

5. FICA Taxes 2,100.00 1,886.00 
Total 



$33,604.45 



$34,953.40 



300 - OPERATING EXPENSES 



The ministries carried out by the Johnston Baptist Association require certain support ser- 
vices through the associational office. These services and materials aid the association in effec- 
tively carrying out its mission. 



1 . Supplies and Postage 


$ 3,000.00 


$ 2,800.00 


2. Building and Equipment Needs 


1,800.00 


1,350.00 


3. Utilities (Building) 


2,200.00 


2,400.00 


4. Insurance (Building) 


305.00 


225.00 


5. D.O.M. Travel 


3,450.00 


3,600.00 


6. D.O.M. Convention & Conference 


1,200.00 


1,200.00 


7. Associational Promotion 


150.00 


150.00 


8. Budget Promotion 


100.00 


100.00 


Total 


$12,205.00 


$11,825.00 



400 - ANNUAL MEETING 

The constitution requires that the association meet in annual session. This meeting is so vital 
to Baptist life that none of us would want to be without it. From all 51 communities, we meet to 
worship, fellowship, report, preach and learn new information helpful to all the churches. 
The annual meeting requires a Book of Advance Reports, speakers, clerk, historian and 
published minutes of the business and reports. These minutes and tables in the annual are 
used by churches, associations, officers, Baptist State Convention, Southern Baptist Conven- 
tion, educational institutions, denominational and public libraries, and historical societies. 
The annual meeting is a review of what we have done, a projection of where we are going and 
a call to renewed dedication to Christ and to missions in the Association, State, Nation and the 
World. 



1 . Publishing Annuals 

2. Speakers 

3. Clerk 

4. Historian 
Total 



750.00 
150.00 
200.00 
300.00 



750.00 
150.00 
200.00 
150.00 



$ 1,400.00 



$ 1,250.00 



500 - ORGANIZATIONS 

The association exists for the benefit of the churches which constitute her membership. The 
four organizations listed below are available to assist any church in the association in their 
respective areas of ministry. Missions, Bible Study and Church Training are urged to use these 
organizations to assist in their individual local ministries. 

$ 



1. Woman's Missionary Union 

2. Brotherhood 

3. Sunday School 

4. Church Training 
Total 



750.00 
600.00 
685.00 
400.00 



500.00 
300.00 
500.00 
250.00 



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$ 2,435.00 



$ 1,550.00 



600 - PROGRAMS 



Additional assistance is available to each church within the association through the 
following programs. Through these programs associational leadership is able to provide inter- 
pretation of the convention programs, and also asssist the churches in adapting them to their 
needs. As with the organizations, the programs of the association are available to every church. 
Valuable information and worthwhile training are available to our churches through these 
programs. 



1. Music 


$ 100.00 


$ 150.00 


2. Evangelism 


150.00 


100.00 


3. Mission Ministries 


150.00 


100.00 


4. Leader Training 


500.00 


500.00 


5. Youth Ministry 


150.00 


150.00 


6. Library/Media Center 


100.00 


150.00 


7. Senior Adult Ministry 


100.00 


100.00 


8. Stewardship Development 


50.00 


50.00 


9. Seminary Extension 


200.00 




10. 1984 World Missions Conference 


1,500.00 




Total 


$ 3,000.00 


$ 1,250.00 


TOTAL BUDGET 


$52,644.45 


$50,828.40 



This recommended Ministry- Action Budget for the associational year 1984-85 is a decrease 
$1,816.05 under the 1983-84 budget. The Budget and Finance Committee has taken into con- 
sideration the giving pattern for the 8 months of the 1983-84 associational year as well as the 
actual disbursements for that same period, and it is our feeling that this is a wise budget. We 
continue to urge the churches to give serious consideration to including the association in their 
budgets on the basis of 3 percent of their undesignated offerings, and to send in their con- 
tributions monthly. 

Respectfully submitted, 
The Budget & Finance Committe, 
Chadwick Allen, Chairman, 
Hubert Allen, Treasurer, 
Jan Berry, 
H.J. Beeker, 
James Ellerbe, 
Clarence Woodard 



Historian Report 

In 1977, when I first became the historian for our association, one of my first projects was 
the writing of a history of the association covering our first 25 years. As I started my research 
on this project, I found the historical records of the association very scarce. The association's 
collection of its annual minute books was very incomplete, with the first 25 years almost en- 
tirely missing. Many of the copies in the remainder of the collection were tattered, torn, or 
otherwise in poor condition. During 1978, through the generous donation by the Arthur 
Creech family of Micro, we were able to fill in most of those earlier missing years of our collec- 
tion. 

At the annual meeting in 1978, I made recommendations to the association as follows: (1) 
Complete our set of associational minute books by photocopying from the North Carolina Bap- 
tist Historical Collection at Wake Forest, those couple of years we were still missing; (2) Have 
the older copies whose pages were aged, worn, and brittle, processed through their preservation 
process at the North Carolina Archives in Raleigh; and (3) Have the entire set bound in har- 
back volumes. 

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During the years since 1978, the people of the association have spend a good deal of time, 
energy and money fulfilling these three recommendations and preserving the records of our 
Association. We now have a complete set of our associational minute books from 1903-1982, 
with the older years (1903-1920) having been processed through the lamination preservation 
process by the North Carolina Archives, nicely bound in 16 hardback leather-bound volumes. 

As I conclude my tenure (1977-1983) as historian for our association, this is the legacy I leave 
to future generations of Johnston Baptists. I leave the position of historian with this recom- 
mendation to the association: at five year intervals, as additional years of annual minute books 
accumulate, they be bound in hardback volumes and be added to this hardback bound volume 
collection. 

Charles W. Creech, Historian 

Woman's Missonary Union Report 

Another year has come and gone and it is time for another annual report. This is my fourth 
and last report for W.M.U. as Jean Hinton is the new W.M.U. Director for next year. I thank 
the Lord for Jean and all the W.M.U. Council. 

The associational W.M.U. Council met each quarter for a luncheon meeting at the 
associational office. These were special times of fellowship and inspiration as we made plans 
for W.M.U. in the association. We have had another good year of W.M.U., and achieved 
distinguished recognition again. The Council went to Tarboro for training last August. The 
Leadership Conference was held at Sharon Church with 100 women present for training. An 
offering was taken to send to the Women's Prison for Christmas gifts; this is a project of the 
North Carolina Woman's Missionary Union. 

Shirley Byrd, Baptist Woman's Director, and Millie Norris, Mission Support Director 
planned the World Day of Prayer Program at Pisgah Church. Bonnie Wiggs gave us some in- 
sight in praying for a missionary. 

The Girls in Action, Gloria Parrish director, and Acteens, Flora Wood director, held a joint 
meeting on Saturday night during the World Mission's Conference and we had the oppor- 
tunity to listen to and talk to 20 foreign and home missionaries about their work. 

The Mission Friend Leaders and B.Y.W., Linda King, director, had a Brunch at the 
associational building on a Saturday morning and Pat Richie, the State Mission Friends and 
B.Y.W. leader shared with us the goals and plans for the state, along with inspiration and in- 
formation. 

The annual W.M.U. meeting was held at Live Oak and Belle Allen from Clayton gave the 
devotional using a theme she had heard at Ridgecrest during W.M.U. week. 

Charles and Bonnie Wiggs have been home on a short furlough this year from Korea and it 
was wonderful to have them at our meeting. Bonnie installed the new officers and Charles 
gave a beautiful message on the importance of women in the world and particularly in his life. 
He had made flower arrangements for his two favorite women and presented to them - his wife 
and his mother, Mrs. J.H. Wiggs of Smithfield. An offering was taken for the Johnston 
Literacy Association. 

Bonnie and Charles were at the meeting in Newton Grove when I was elected the W.M.U. 
director, four years ago, and I was so glad they could be with us this year as I finish my term of 
office. 

I don't have the words to express my feelings about these four years. I have been so blessed to 
have the opportunity to get to know so many 'women of God.' Knowing they are praying for 
me makes me feel very special. I have had so many good times and even some bad times - like 
when my husband was killed in a plane crash - but it has been a special privilege to be the 
W.M.U. Director working in the association. 

Dr. Ricks and Faye Edwards in the associational office have been a tremendous help. Dr. 
Ricks is always in attendance at our W.M.U. meetings along with Mrs. Ricks, giving their 
support in our work. 

When I took this job I really wondered if I could do it... but with God's help all things are 
possible. 

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Church Training Report 



Our association was represented at the Key Leader Conference at Ridgecrest and a Church 
Training Clinic at Caraway prior to the beginning of the church year. The association also 
held several Church Training Council meetings planning for the work of the year. 

The year began with age-group conferences for two evenings at Selma Baptist Church Oc- 
tober 3 and 4 with the help of leaders from the Church Training Department of the Conven- 
tion. 

A "Developing Believer's Rally" ("M" Night) was held at Four Oaks Baptist on November 
21. A skit - "Church Training Fashion Show" by leaders from Bethesda and Four Oaks Chur- 
ches was presented. The guest speaker for the evening was the Rev. Roger Nix, pastor of Tem- 
ple Baptist Church, Raleigh. Guest organist was Wayne Rogers, organist at Temple Church. 

The Church Training Director became ill in Novmeber and our thanks to Kenneth Thor- 
ton for providing leadership during his absence. 

Because the illness of the Director turned out to be expanded, we are grateful that the Rev. 
Maurice Grissom agreed to serve out the year and to serve for the year 1984-85. 

It is our hope that when all the reports are in, in October, that we shall see that we have ex- 
ceeded our goals for the year, namely: 

1. Four additional churches to start on-going short term training. 

2. Four additional churches to start short term training. 

3. Four additional churches to have the special doctrine study. 

Raymond Moore, Director 

Brotherhood Report 

For many of our churches in the Johnston Baptist Association the year 1983-84 has been one 
in which we witnessed men and boys working for our Lord. We are finding more and more of 
our churches that are involving men and boys in local mission projects. Ministries to prisoners, 
rest homes, alcoholic centers, and community involvement for the aged are being carried out 
as a part of missions. 

One of the most positive and meaningful mission projects of the 1983-84 year was one that 
involved many of our men across the association. The reaching out to the needs of so many in- 
dividuals during the tornado devastation in eastern North Carolina was a project that was un- 
dertaken by the Baptist Men and Boys of our association. This mission project involved some of 
our Baptist ladies, as well as many missionaries, during the time of our World Missions Con- 
ference 1984. To be able to hear a missionary speak or to hear a Baptist man speak of his love 
for Christ is always a wonderful experience. But when you are able to witness this missionary 
or Baptist man or Baptist boy doing the work and the will of Christ, there is such a reinforce- 
ment of our Christian faith. 

Our Johnston Association of Baptist men and boys were able to assist along with the chur- 
ches in this area in contributing a financial sum to assist in feeding 13,000 meals, providing 
shelter and clothing. Many of our baptist men involved themselves in directly cleaning up an 
area in Mt. Olive, North Carolina. The clearing of trees that had fallen, the cleaning of ob- 
struction in the streets, and the personal sharing of Christ with the victims were things that 
were done in the area of Christian missions. 

The Royal Ambassadors were involved in an associational basketball program that was again 
successful. We appreciate each Baptist Man and Royal Ambassador who participated in this 
successful program. We are desiring to conduct another Brotherhood Training Workshop in 
our area in the coming year. 

We are urging every church in our Association to become more involved with the work of 
missions for our Lord. There are plenty of local areas within the reach of each of our churches 
that need immediate attention for our Lord. We pray than men and boys might seek out these 
areas and minister in the name of Christ Jesus. 



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Tom Herndon, Director 



Youth Ministries Report 



Pisgah Baptist Church was the site of this year's annual associational Youth Rally. The rally 
was held on March 10 during Youth Week of the Southern Baptist Convention and was atten- 
ded by approximately 200 youth and their leaders. The theme for the evening was "Grow in 
Christ." 

Jeff Patton, football player and senior at East Carolina University, was the speaker for the 
evening. Many youth of our association knew him through school and as a member of the 
Selma Baptist Church. His message was based on his own personal experience of growing in 
Christ and was challenging and an inspiration to all present. 

Special music for the evening was provided by the Youth Choir of Smithfield, First. A 
Drama, "Sunday Dinner," was shared by Selma Baptist's Youth. Corinth Church offered a 
reading entitled "Thoughts on Giving." 

Following the service, refreshments were served by the host church, Pisgah. 

Several times during the year, leaders from other churches sought help in developing their 
youth programs. 

Lee Colbert, Assciational Youth Director 

Senior Adult Committee Report 

The Senior Adult ministry in our churches continues to grow with good results. The need is 
being realized more and more that Senior Adults want to be useful, appreciated and loved. 
They want an opportunity to continue to learn, and grow spiritually, be of service, and have 
good Christian fellowship. 

In the Johnston Baptist Association, we have nine church-sponsored clubs. We hope for at 
least two new clubs during the year 1984-1985. 

Two association-wide social events were held this past year. A luncheon in March and a pic- 
nic in October, both were well received. 

The associational Senior Adult Committee welcomes an opportunity to assist any church in 
beginning a ministry for Senior Adults. 

Mrs. J.H. Mauney, Chairman 

Time, Place, Preacher Report 

Your committee respectfully submits the following reports: The 1985 associational meeting 
will be held on Monday, October 21, 1985 and Tuesday, October 22, 1985 as set in the 
association's constitution and by-laws. 

Your committee has received invitations from the following: Monday session: Live Oak, 
Selma and Tuesday session: Benson Baptist Church, Benson NC. 

We suggest that the following be named as preacher for the annual sermon: Rev. Mark 
White, pastor of Pleasant Grove and Rev. Leon Tart, pastor of Jonesboro Baptist Church be 
named the alternate preacher. 

Don Price, Chairman 

Ordination Committee Report 

Preaching is declaring God's Word as revealed in the Bible and usually with application to 
these times. God has called two to his ministry who were examined by the association's Or- 
dination Council this year. They were examined for soundness of doctrine, understanding of 
their calling and on Baptist's practices. Both were approved and ordained by the churches 
requesting the examination. 



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On August 19, 1984, 2:00 p.m., upon the request of Corinth Baptist Church, Wayne 
Maberry of Salt Lake City, Utah, was examined and approved. He is a graduate of 
Southeastern Seminary and has been called to serve the Corinth Church as pastor. 

Upon the written request of the Selma Baptist Church, L.D. Pritchard, a bi-vocational 
minister and graduate of Southeastern Seminary was examined and approved. He was 
examined August 19, 1984, 3:00 p.m. He has been called as pastor of the Sardis Baptist Chur- 

The Ordination Council consists of nine members, selected by the Committee on Committees 
and elected by the association. They were: L. Edgar Whitlock, chairman; Mark White, clerk; 
Hoyt Lock, Maurice Grissom, Tom Herndon, Tom Hupp, Danny Merritt, Harry Edwards 
and Fletcher Ford. Council members serve on a three year rotation basis with one-third 
rotating off each year. Five will need replacing this year since Danny Merritt and Tom Hupp 
have moved. 

L. Edgar Whitlock, Chairman 

Missions Committee Report 

In the Handbook of Job Descriptions of the Johnston Baptist Association we read the prin- 
ciple function of the Missions Committee. "To assist the Association in determining the need 
for new Baptist work and ministry within the Association's territory and to assist in the plan- 
ning for an implementation of such new work and/or ministry." 

I have been disappointed at times because of the lack of interest and involvement of some of 
our churches. There is so much that needs to be done and in order for the job to be accom- 
plished everyone needs to be involved. All we can do is offer our assistance as a comittee and 
then wait for request for help. 

I thank and commend those churches and individuals that have seen and responded to the 
needs in their areas. There are a lot of things that could be reported from many churches but I 
will not take this time do so because in most cases the associational Missions Committee was not 
directly involved. We do not always have to be involved when churches respond to needs and 
minister to those needs, but we do like to hear about them. We just offer assistance when 
needed. 

The Missions Committee had a called meeting December 19, 1983. Representatives from the 
New Life Baptist Church met with the committee and other associational leaders. 

Due to the fact that the New Life Church was a newly organized church, and had made a 
formal written request to come under the watchcare of the Johnston Baptist Association, we 
met, not to examine, but to be aware of their existence and to offer assistance where needed. 

Although this committee has not been very active that is not an indication that there is 
nothing to do. In the "Strategy Planning Reports" book received at the Key Leadership Con- 
ference, many areas of ministry are listed. Many of these areas of ministry are right here in our 
association. Some of these are illiteracy, language missions, mental retardation, mobile home 
ministry, new churches, prison ministry, resort ministries, ministry to the blind and deaf, 
blacks, and a very large group, migrants. Let us join together in our efforts to reach out to 
these groups, for these groups represent individual people, souls for God's kingdom. 

Help this committee with your prayers and personal support, for indeed there is a lot of 
work to be done. Call on us if we can be of any assistance to you or your church. 

Stephen A. Morris, Chairman 

Historical Events of the Year 

ANTIOCH: Began deacon witness and training program. 
BENSON: Stacy Penny ordained as deacon. 
BETHANY: Purchased church bus. 
BURNELL: Built and dedicated parsonage debt free. 



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CARTER'S CHAPEL: Began special youth ministry on Sunday evenings. 
CLYDES CHAPEL: Ordained Bobby Smith to gospel ministry and two deacons. Baby dedica- 
tion service. 

CRESTWOOD: Finished and dedicated sanctuary, built Sunday School rooms, purchased 

organ and burned note on parsonage. 
HALES CHAPEL: Carlton Driver ordained as deacon. 
HEPHZIBAH: New windows in church and new sign. 
HOOD'S GROVE: Monthly Sunday night services at McLambs Rest Home. 
MICRO, FIRST: Dedication of fellowship hall October 9 and of parents and infants May 27. 
NEWTON GROVE: Note burning for sanctuary August 26. 
PRINCETON: Improvements made in parsonage, church library and church. 
SARDIS: Centennial celebration and ordination of L.D. Prichard. 
SELMA: Caribbean mission trip. 

WATKINS CHAPEL: Air conditioned Education Building, built handicapped ramp into 

sanctuary and organized new R.R. chapter. 
WILSON'S MILLS: Gave $1,000.00 love gift to" "Van for Jerry Fund." 

Report of the Resolutions Committee 

RESOLUTION AGAINST RESOLUTIONS 

WHEREAS, an effective resolution should reflect the consensus of the body. 

WHEREAS, any reasonable consensus requires dialogue before and especially during the 
meeting of the body, WHEREAS, the rightful purpose of a resolution should reflect common 
cause and common commitment of the body, WHEREAS, Southern Baptist are increasingly 
misunderstood by their neighbors and by many of their own kind, because of resolutions, none 
of which are binding on individuals, local churches or associations and conventions (eg. SBC 
at Kansas City-1984: Resolution on Cigarette Smoking, Resolution on Ordination of the Role 
of Women in Ministry.) 

WHEREAS, resolutions have become instruments of discord and division among Baptists. 

THEREFORE, be it resolved that the Johnston Baptist Association in annual session, Oc- 
tober 23, 1984, declare a moratorium on resolutions which are known to be devisive, or which 
have repeatedly been affirmed, year after year; new and unifying resolves being the exception. 
Be it finally resolved that we heartily adhear to the biblical injunction to be doers of the word 
and not talkers only. 

RESOLUTION ON TOBACCO 

WHEREAS, the Southern Baptist Convention, meeting in annual session at Kansas City, 
Missouri, releases a resolution on "Cigarette Smoking." 

WHEREAS, said resolution was carelessly assembled in a restricted time-frame of discus- 
sion, denying any opportunity for clarification and refinement of its moral goals. 

WHEREAS, a mere forty percent of registered messengers were present to vote on said 
resolution, WHEREAS, the aforesaid resolution has become a source of division among our 
Baptist people, and occasion for misunderstanding with our neighbors, and an offense to our 
Baptist farmers who grow tobacco. 

THEREFORE, be it resolved, that we disassociate ourselves from this insensitive 
resolution. Be it further resolved, that we reaffirm our commitment to the Lordship of Jesus 
Christ, the priesthood of believers, and that sense of community which is born of good will. 

RESOLUTION ON WOMEN IN MINISTRY 

WHEREAS, the Apostle Paul's Galatian Letter is a message of faith and freedom in Jesus 
Christ, affirming "There is no such thing as Jew and Greek, slave and freeman, male and 
female; for you are all one person in Christ." (Gal. 3:28) 

WHEREAS, it is the right and responsibility of ALL Christians to witness in God's name in 
accordance with God's calling to minister. 

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WHEREAS, the right of ordination lies within the jurisdiction of the local church. 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Johnston Baptist Association in annual 
session, October 23, 1984, reaffirm the freedom of conscience of the believer and the autonomy 
of the local church in matters of ordination for church related ministry. 

RESOLUTION OF THANKS AND APPRECIATION 

WHEREAS, the 82nd annual meeting of the Johnston Baptist Association has been in 
session on October 22 and 23, 1984. 

WHEREAS, messengers and visitors have received the fellowship and hospitality of host 
churches, Crestwood and Wilson's Mills and a delightful "dinner on the grounds" from these 
gracious churches, WHEREAS, the officers and program committee have provided so abun- 
dantly for our spiritual nature, in describing our common work in Christ Jesus, BE IT 
THEREFORE RESOLVED, by the Johnston Baptist Association, in annual session at the 
Wilson's Mills Baptist Church, October 23, 1984, that we renew our allegiance to Jesus Christ 
as Lord of our lives, of our churches and of our association, that His Kingdom may come on 
earth as it is in Heaven. 

Mrs. Clarence Woodard, 
Mrs. Nettie Ricks, 
John Ryberg, Chairman 

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ANTIOCH 

Ronald L. Narron 
Mrs. Omega O'Neal 
Mrs. Regina Batten 
Braxton Wilder 
Mrs. Eva B. Wilder 

BAPTIST CENTER 
Thomas Ray Canady 
Walton Phillips 
Huey Parrish 

BAPTIST TABERNACLE 
Mrs.Hattie Parrish 
Jerry Alford 
Mrs. Stella H. Dudley 
Babe Oakley 
Mrs. Lucille Hinnant 
Mrs. Evelyn Hawkins 

BENSON 
Jesse D. Britt 
Mrs. Cornelia Cagle 
Mrs. Willie Canaday 
Mrs. Norma Stephenson 
W. Kenneth Neighbors, Sr. 
Douglas Brent Glover 
Mrs. Rella Clyde Barefoot 
Walton Johnson 



BETHANY 

Cecil Brown, Deacon 
Lee Brown 

BETHESDA 

Mrs. Emma Johnson 
Mrs. Elizabeth Culbreth 
V.C. Medlin 
Hubert Price 

BEULAH 

Mrs. Lela McLamb 
Miss Virgie Lee 
Chad Dunn 
Mrs.Novenia Lee 
Mrs. Mary Ann Weaver 

BLACKMON'S GROVE 
Nogah Wood 

BURNELL 

Linwood Barbour 

CALVARY, DUNN 

Miss Woodie Holsenbeck 

CARTER'S CHAPEL 
Mrs. Lyda Mae Brown 
Ernest Bass 



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CEDAR GROVE 

Ernest Winborn, Deacon 
Mrs. Peggy L.W. Thomas 

CLAYTON, FIRST 
Miss Mayme Jones 
Howard Parrish 
Mrs. Gretchel Morgan 
Carl Battle Hill 
Mrs. Lillie Faircloth Worley 
Mrs. Maggie Gulley 
Mrs. Carl Medlin 
Mrs.Eula Gower 

CLYDE'S CHAPEL 
Walter Painter, Deacon 
Mrs. Ruth M. Davis 
Elzie Harris 
Mrs. Barbara Carroll 

CORINTH 

Mrs. Ivey Barham 
Mrs. Rachel Chisholm 
Mrs. Catherine Doan 
Mrs. Gretchen Whitley 
Mrs. Vertice Harris 
Wilbur Pulley, Deacon 
Mrs. Audrey Garner 



CRESTWOOD 
Nelson Keene 

FAITH 

Mrs. Annie Ay cock 

FOUR OAKS 

Mrs. Walter Baker 
Mrs. Paul Register 
Leamon Adams 
William Adams 
Albert Lassiter 
Karl Lee, Sr. 
Hoyt Massengill 

HALE'S CHAPEL 
Mrs. Beulah Bunn 
Joshua Driver 
Mrs. Modell Parrish 
Randall Boykin 
Allen Creech 
Floyd McCabe 
Ruffin Bunn 
Duke Bunn 
Brantley Chamblee 

HOCUTT MEMORIAL 
Mrs. Lizzie Benson 
Hocutt Benson 

HOOD'S GROVE 
Mrs. Hattie Hudson 
Mrs. Renna Lois Wood 
Todd 

Mrs. Mollie MaeBelle Lee 
Talmadge Johnson 

LEE'S CHAPEL 

Alvin G. Lewis, Deacon 
Onnie Driver 
C.L. Driver 
Thelbert Creech 
Jim Ward 

LIVE OAK 

Hubert Capps, Deacon 



MIDDLESEX 
E.J. Davis 

NEWTON GROVE 
Mrs. Alene Hudson 
Mrs. Jean Myers Wood 

NOBLE'S CHAPEL 
Loom is Glover 
Mrs. Rosemore Braswell 
Julian Strickland 
Romer Winborne 

NORTH SMITHFIELD 
Mrs. Lizzie McLeod 
Little 

Joe Thel Hamilton, Dea. 

OLIVER GROVE 
Edward Jackson 
Jack Tyner 

PARRISH MEMORIAL 
Mrs. Martha Mattocks 

PAULINE 

Mrs. Vera Hines 

PINE LEVEL 
William S. Peedin 
Glenn Peedin 

PISGAH 

Mrs. Hollie Lassiter 
Mrs. Annie Bell Wall 
Jacob Olive 
Edward Hamilton 

PLEASANT GROVE 
Nimrod Carroll 

PRINCETON 
Rudolph Barbour 
J.R. Hogg 
Leon Willoughby 
Edgar Wallace 
Mrs. Alice Hood Stancil 




SARDIS 

Thedore Wheeless 

SELMA 

Miss Rena King 

SHARON 

Mrs. La Verne Braswell 

SMITHFIELD FIRST 
Miss Myrtle Carpenter 
J.B. Coats 
David E. Crumley 
D.B. Dupree 
Edward Gregory, Jr. 
Mrs. Eva Pleasant 
Jim Swertfeger 
Mrs. Theda U. Crumpler 
Miss Irene Medlin 
Willard Stanley 

STEVEN'S CHAPEL 
Walter Thompson 

THANKSGIVING 
Mrs. Lizzie Phillips 
Mrs. Janie Lee Moore 

TRINITY 

Carl D. Peacock, Deacon 

WATKIN'S CHAPEL 
Mr. Wilton Wall 
Mr. Avon O. Creech, 
Deacon 

WHITE OAK 
H.G. Cooke 
Artimus Wall 
Mrs. Rosa Bass Hall 
Mrs. John Wall 

WILSON'S MILLS 

Mrs. Mildred J. Johnson 
D. Bruce Lassiter 



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Baptist Children's Homes Report 



The primary purpose of the Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina, Incorporated is to 
minister to children and families who need the services we offer. Our main goal is to 
rehabilitate families. To help accomplish this goal, several programs have been developed: 

• Co-Planning - a particular service offering family/individual counseling. 

• Emergency Care - a distinctive service in immediate temporary shelter from one to ninety 
days for school-age children and youth. 

• Foster Care - for pre-schoolers and other children needing a close, one-to-one relationship 
with adults. 

• Group Care - campus living with supportive services readily available, such as recreation, 
crafts, education, medical care, worship opportunities, and social work services. 

• Maternity Care - to assist the expectant unwed mother in making realistic plans for herself 
and her baby. 

• Therapeutic Camping - an outdoor setting where troubled male children and youth can 
learn problem-solving techniques in a group setting. 

All of these services are available through the Raleigh Area Family Services Center, with of- 
fices located at 2600 New Bern Avenue, Raleigh, NC 27610. The area served by the Raleigh 
Area Family Services Center includes Chatham, Durham, Franklin, Granville, Johnston, 
Lee, Nash, Orange, Person, Vance, Wake, and Warren Counties. 

We appreciate the opportunities to share Baptist Children's Homes' services with people in 
the churches and communities. We also welcome the help others give us when they share the 
story and ministry of Baptist Children's Homes. 

Thank you Baptists for your faithful support for nearly 100 years of child care. 

J. Leonard Gerrald, Director of Raleigh Area Family Services Center 
Dr. Michael C. Blackwell, President 
Charles L. Tanner, Director of Public Relations 

Carolyn Tharrington, Representative 

Christian Higher Education Report 

YOUR NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST COLLEGES: Campbell, Chowan, Gardner- 
Webb, Mars Hill, Meredith, Wake Forest, Wingate 

WHY BAPTIST COLLEGES? 

In a special study, adopted by the Council on Christian Higher Education, the Baptist 
college was described as a place for study; a place for growing in spiritual and intellectual 
maturity; and a place where life continues and futures are shaped. 

That same report says Baptist colleges are worth what they cost because they offer: 

1. A good, comprehensive educational experience. 

2. An atmosphere of Christian trust and loving concern. 

3. The challenge to think and to distinguish among values. 

4. An understanding of the place of faith, and the scope and limitations of reason. 

5. Acceptance into a person-centered community where spiritual, personal and intellec- 
tual growth are encouraged. 

6. The opportunity to become familiar with the great ideas and cultures of the past. 

7. The motivation to develop a Christian world-view for facing the uncertainties of the 
future and for resisting the claims of rivals to Christian thought. 

The choice of a college has a life-shaping impact. Baptist young people are encouraged to at- 
tend Baptist colleges. It will make a world of difference in their lives. 



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AN ANNIVERSARY YEAR 



The year 1984 marks the 150th anniversary for Wake Forest University. Equally significant, 
the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina celebrates 150 years of involvement and part- 
nership in Christian education. It all begun in 1834, when the Convention was only four years 
old. 

Another milestone in 1984 is the 40th birthday of the Council on Christian Higher 
Education, a model of church/college cooperation in the Southern Baptist Convention. 

The ministry of our Baptist colleges has prospered in North Carolina because of the prayers 
and the gifts of churches, and because Baptist youth continue to attend. 

Please continue to favor us with your young people, your gifts and your prayers. 

Grace Smith, Representative 

Annuity Board Report 

The care of aged and retired ministers and the care of their widows is a concern of all caring 
churches. Thirty of these thoughtful churches provide such care through the Southern Baptist 
Annuity Board by making regular contributions based upon a percentage of their earned in- 
come. Four of our churches provide such protection for at least one other staff member; 
however, eight of the churches provide only the minimum on at least one of its staff members. 

We would strongly recommend that each church pay at least 10 percent of the individuals 
base salary into this fund. Considering the recent report that clergy pay falls behind other 
professionals and the minister is deprived of owning his own home, he or his widow needs to be 
prepared for the strain of removal from the parsonage and an income. 

L. Edgar Whitlock, Representative 

Baptist Foundation Report 

In the midst of our attention to space exploration, adventures of science fiction per- 
sonalities, and the real-life exploits of astronauts, the lovable character, "E.T." was born. He 
became the object of our sympathy and affection, as well as the source of revenue for his 
creators. For the North Carolina Baptist Foundation, the letters "E.T." have taken on another 
and especially significant meaning during the year 1983-84. The most exciting new idea was 
the creation of the Endowment Trust - Everybody's Trust. It is now possible for practically 
every adult in our churches to participate in sustained support of Baptist work through a per- 
petual trust. Each of us wishes we could continue our witness forever. We know that we should 
plan for such continuing witness. And now each of us can participate in permanent support of 
our particular Baptist interest. 

The Endowment Trust you create may be started with a small a gift as $25.00. You may add 
a tax deductible gift to it as often as you wish, in whatever amount you wish. When the prin- 
cipal attains a minimum which you predetermine, (usually $1,000), then the income earned is 
distributed to the Baptist cause which you have also predetermined. The income will be paid 
every year, after year, after year - forever ! 

The potential? 

If friends of just one-half the members of our churches who die each year should place their 
memorial gifts in Endowment Trusts to honor those persons, we could increase the support 
base of Baptist work by six million dollars each year ! 

If 1,000 of us with vision should honor retiring pastors or faithful church leaders, or 
recognize the birthdays of venerable members with Endowment Trusts, that would place one 
million dollars in trust for Baptist causes ! 

If those of us who shop and search for a meaningful gift for parent or other loved one should 
give them, instead, a trust in their name, we would instantly make available millions of dollars 
for mission outreach ! 

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One example is worth a million descriptive words. Just a few months ago, a widow in 
Thomasville created an Endowment Trust in memory of her husband. Her initial gift was 
$100. At Christmas, she and her children added to the Trust. As this report is being written, 
five checks totaling $300 to be placed in the Trust have arrived from this family "in memory of 
him on Father's Day." Surely a more loving and significant gesture is difficult to find. Each of 
us has equal access to such joy ! 

The impact of the E.T. Trust, and the increasing awareness that we each have a respon- 
sibility for the eternal use of our material resources, has caused Baptist of North Carolina to 
give this past year through new trusts, designated additions to existing trusts, and through in- 
creased value of assets managed by the Foundation a total of $953,000, an increase of almost a 
million dollars each year ! Income earned by trusts - income which is all paid out to Baptist 
causes or annuitants - was over $534,000 last year. A half-million dollars distributed, much of 
it in the name of persons no longer living here on earth. 

Rapidly increasing, and very evident in this past year, is the service rendered as executor of 
estates and through exercising power of attorney. This is a service which the Foundation hap- 
pily affords and which will soon be expanded when a staff person will be assigned this respon- 
sibility. 

No author of science fiction generates more excitement than you who make commitment of 
self and substance for the Lord's work - forever ! The Foundation exists to help you discover 
ways to demonstrate your own commitment through planned stewardship of those resources 
which you leave after life on earth ceases. 

Your associational representative for the Baptist Foundation for the year would like to en- 
courage everyone who will to take advantage of the services of the Foundation to enable them 
to be a good steward and a servant to some worthy Baptist cause even after life on earth ceases. 
He will be glad to talk with anyone who wishes to use the service of the Foundation. 

He has already given to the Foundation funds to establish a scholarship for a needy student 
at one of our colleges. He also has arranged for some life insurance to go to the Foundation to 
provide funds for the Cooperative Program as a perpetual trust. It gives one a good feeling to 
realize that he can have a part in continuing missions support forever. 

Raymond Moore, Representative 



American Bible Society Report 

In reporting to you on the progress of the Bible cause during 1983, the officers and staff of 
the American Bible Society are deeply conscious of the indispensable part played by the 
Southern Baptist Convention whose prayers and support enabled the printed Word to reach 
more lands and languages than ever before. We express our deep appreciation to all who were 
involved in promoting this vital ministry of Scripture translation, publication and 
distribution throughout the world. 

Reports are now in from over 180 locations worldwide where the Bible Societies are at work 
and we praise God for the encouraging advances being made on almost all fronts. More than 
700 translation projects were underway on all continents last year. For many of these, it is the 
first time any portion of Scripture has been translated into the language of the people. In ad- 
dition, through the close cooperation of churches and missions worldwide, many of them 
Southern Baptist churches, more than 497 million copies of Scripture - from whole Bibles to 
single Selections - found their way into the hearts and homes of men and women in nearly 
every country on earth. None of this would have been possible without the prayerful support 
of your people. 

For those committed to world mission as you are, it goes without saying that central to all 
outreach and evangelism is the availability of Scriptures. The ministry is of crucial importance 
to the world mission. 

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IN ZAIRE, translation projects have progressed well during the past year, and seven of the 
twelve current projects are for very first Bibles in Zairean languages: Ebeonbe, Giphende, 
Kisongye, Kituba, Lendu, Mashi and Uruund. The Ebeonbe Old Testament is nearing com- 
pletion, and the manuscript will probably be ready during 1984. 

IN KENYA, orders are already being processed for the new translation of the New Testament 
in the Maasi language. Kenyans are thirsty for God's Word - one cosignment of 15,000 Bibles 
came and went in three days ! 

IN BRAZIL, recent developments indicate steady progress in bringing God's Word to nearly 
122,000,000 people. Now that Bibles are being produced for the first time on paper manufac- 
tured in Brazil, costs saved from importing paper will mean even greater potential for 
distribution. 

HERE IN THE UNITED STATES, distribution by the A.B.S. in 1983 reached a total of 
over 126 million Bibles, Testaments, Portions and Selections. Members of the armed forces, 
prisoners, patients in hospitals and students in Christian schools were among the recipients of 
these Scriptures. Many churches, who receive Scripture supplies from A.B.S., have reported 
great forward strides in their evangelism and outreach programs. 

An especially intensive program of ministry to ethnic groups in this country is expected to 
accelerate rapidly during 1984. Many people have come to our country from foreign lands 
seeking new life and new hope, and A.B.S. is eager to assist the churches in providing God's 
Word to our new compatriots in their first languages. 

Many of the programs for which the Bible Societies continue to receive urgent requests from 
overseas are for funds to support the translation, publication and distribution of New Reader 
Scriptures. More than 800 million people can neither read nor write. In some areas the 
illiterate population is 90 percent of the total. 

One of the most impressive facts which has emerged is that, in a single five-year period, 
there has been an increase of 17 percent in the number of new Christians in just five countries 
of Asia, Africa and Latin America - more than 24 million new Christians who need and want 
to read God's Word for themselves. 

For these new Christians, for all those who already are followers of Christ and need their 
own Scriptures, and for the millions throughout the world who are yet unreached, the 
American Bible Society hopes for the increased support of Southern Baptists. In 1983, this 
support amounted to $324,377 or approximately $.02 per member for the year. We pray that 
the ministry we share will grow in strength, as we work together to make God's Word known 
throughout the world. 

Jean Hinton, Representative 



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Constitution 



ARTICLE I — NAME 
The name of this association shall be the Johnston Baptist Association. 

ARTICLE II — PURPOSE 

The purpose of the association shall be to counsel together for the enlargement, ex- 
pansion, and strengthening of the work of our Lord in Johnston County and such 
immediately contiguous territory as may be properly included in the judgment of the 
association; to promote unity, growth, and fellowship among the churches, to engage 
in cooperative mission activities which cannot be accomplished by member churches 
acting independently, and to further the spirit of cooperation with the Baptist work 
in general as set forth by the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and the 
Southern Baptist Convention. 

ARTICLE III — MEMBERSHIP 

The membership of the association shall be composed of churches who are repre- 
sented by messengers to the association from the affiliated churches. The number of 
messengers from each church shall be as follows: four messengers for the first 100 
members or fraction thereof, and one additional messenger for each additional 100 
members or major fraction thereof. Such messengers shall be duly certified in the 
annual letters sent by the churches to the annual session of the association. The cour- 
tesies of the floor may be extended at the discretion of the body to representatives of 
our denominational interests, and also to ministers and members of other Christian 
organizations. 

ARTICLE IV — NEW CHURCHES 

Upon recommendation of the Associational Council and upon approval of the 
General Board, new churches may come under the watchcare of the association until 
the next annual session of the association, at which time the new church may be voted 
into the membership of the association by a majority of the messengers present and 
voting. Application for membership into the association shall be filed with the Asso- 
ciational Council six months prior to the annual session of the association. 

ARTICLE V — MEETINGS 

The association shall meet annually beginning on Monday after the third Sunday 
in October at such place as was decided at the preceding annual session. In case of 
emergency, the General Board shall have authority to make changes in either time or 
place of meeting, as may best serve the interests of the association. 

ARTICLE VI — AUTHORITY 

1. The association shall be a cooperathe body for the purpose of fellowship, promo- 
tion, and counsel among the churches. It shall in no case control or direct a church 
with reference to its own government or internal policy. However, the association 
may upon invitation of a church send a committee to counsel with and advise that 
church. 



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2. A church may withdraw membership in the association upon presentation of a 
written request. 

3. The association may withdraw a fellowship from a church for a just cause upon 
recommendation of the Association Council and upon approval by the General Board 
and by a majority vote of the members of the association in the annual session present 
and voting. 

ARTICLE VII — OFFICERS 

1. The general officers of the asociation shall be a Moderator, a Vice Moderator, a 
Clerk, a Treasurer, and a Historian, each selected to a one year term at the annual 
session of the association, a Director of Missions who is not subject to annual election, 
and Trustees who are elected to three-year terms. 

2. The Moderator shall preside over the sessions of the association, act as chairman 
of the General Board, appoint the Committee on Committees, appoint other commit- 
tees as needs arise and shall have general supervision over the work of the association. 
The Vice Moderator shall preside in the absence of the Moderator and shall serve as 
chairman of the Committee on Committees. The Clerk shall record, print and dis- 
tribute the annual of the body and shall serve as secretary of the General Board. The 
Treasurer shall oversee the receiving, recording and disbursement of all association 
funds. The Historian shall record events of historical interest in the work of the asso- 
ciation and shall promote the preservation of associational and church records. The 
Director of Missions shall administer the work of the association according to guide- 
lines adopted by the association and shall give his support to the officers and commit- 
tees of the association. The Trustees shall hold in trust any property, endowment, or 
other securities of the association. 

3. The general officers shall be nominated by the Nominating Committee. The 
committee shall submit is report during a designated business period on the last day 
of the associational annual session. Immediately following the report further nomi- 
nations may be made from the floor. In event of further nominations for an office, 
nominations for that office shall be voted on individually. The newly elected officers 
of the association shall take office upon adjournment of the associational annual 
session. 

4. The directors of the departments of the association shall be nominated by the 
Nominating Committee each year. These shall be associational Sunday School Direc- 
tor, associational Church Training Director, associational Woman's Missionary 
Union Director, associational Brotherhood Director, associational Music Director, 
associational Director of Library Services, the assoicational Director of Evangelism 
and the associational Youth Director. The directors of the program services depar- 
tment shall be elected by the General Board in the March meeting. They shall then 
meet as a group, with the Nominating Committee to select their slates of officers who 
shall be elected at the June meeting of the General Board. These officers shall 
assume office at the beginning of the associational year. The officers of these organi- 
zations shall constitute the council of the respective organizations. 

ARTICLE VIII — COMMITTEES 

1. At the annual session of the association, the association shall elect the following 
standing committees which shall be nominated by the Committee on Committees: 
Nominating Committee; Committee on Order of Business; Committee on Time, 
Place, and Preacher; Committee on Memorials; Senior Adult Committee; Properties 
Committee; Constitution Committee; Committee on Resolutions; Missions Committe; 
Christian Life Committee; Ordination Committee composed of nine ministers who, 
upon invitation of the local church, may assist the church in examining candidates 



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for the ministry in regard to personal experience and call, Christian doctrine, and 
Baptist practice; and Personnel Committee. The Committee on Committees shall be 
responsible for maintaining the membership of the standing committees. 

2. The Moderator shall appoint individuals to represent the denominational pro- 
grams during the associational year and to make reports at the annual session. The 
denominational programs to be represented are as follows: Baptist colleges, Christian 
literature, the Cooperative Program, Annuity Board, Baptist Foundation, Baptist 
Hospital, Baptist Children's Homes, Homes for the Aging, and the American Bible 
Society. The Moderator working with the Committee on Order of Business, shall have 
the privilege of designating other individuals for the promotion of specific causes as 
such need arises. 

ARTICLE IX — GENERAL BOARD 

1. The association shall have a General Board which shall be charged with the re- 
sponsibility for carrying on all the business of the association and promoting all work 
authorized by the association in the interim between annual sessions. A report of the 
work of the General Board shall be presented at the annual session of the association. 

2. The General Board shall be composed of either the pastor or interim pastor (pro- 
vided the latter is a member of the church he represents) and one lay member of each 
church elected for a one-year term from October 1 to September 30; the following 
general officers of the association: Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, 
Historian; also the following department officers: associational Sunday School Di- 
rector, associational Church Training Director, and associational Woman's Mission- 
ary Union Director, associational Brotherhood Director, associational Music Direc- 
tor, associational Director of Evangelism, and associational Director of Library Serv- 
ices. 

3. The General Board shall have the following officers: chairman (who shall be 
the Moderator of the association), vice chairman (who shall be the Vice Moderator of 
the association), Treasurer (who shall be the Treasurer of the association), recording 
secretary (who shall be the Clerk of the association). 

4. The General Board shall hold the regular quarterly meetings at a time and place 
it may designate, and such called meetings as the officers deem necessary for stated 
purpose when notice of such meetings has been sent to all members. 

5. The General Board shall have an Association Council composed of the general 
officers and the directors of the departments of the association. The Moderator of the 
association shall serve as a chairman of the council and Vice Moderator shall serve as 
vice chairman and the Clerk shall serve as secretary. 

6. The Associational Council shall meet each quarter prior to the meeting of the 
General Board and in such called meetings as the council officers may deem neces- 
sary. It shall coordinate the work of the association and make recommendations to 
the General Baord about programs and promotion of the work of the association. 

7. The General Board shall elect from its membership a Budget and Finance Com- 
mittee at its first regular meeting of the associational year, of which the Treasurer 
shall be a member. This committee shall survey the needs of the association as pre- 
sented by the organizations, and shall prepare a budget to be submitted for approval 
by the General Board. The budget approved at the June meeting of the General 
Board shall be included among the recommendations of the committee to the associa- 
tion. The Budget and Finance Committee shall also promote the effective operation 
of the current budget in cooperation with associational Treasurer. 

8. The General Board may name such other committees as it may deem wise for 
carrying on its work. 



ARTICLE X — 



AMENDMENT OR REVISION 



This constitution my be amended or revised at any annual session of the association 
by a two-thirds (%) majority of the messengers present and voting, provided the pro- 
posed amendments or revision shall have been presented in writing to the General 
Board and approved by a two-thirds (Y3) majority of the General Board present and 
voting; and provided that the proposed amendments or revision shall be presented on 
the first day of the annual session of the association, but shall not be voted on until 
the second day of the session. Any amendments or revision shall take effect immedi- 
ately upon adoption. 

Bylaws 

1. All meetings of the body shall be opened with scripture and prayer. 

2. The fiscal year shall run from October 1 through September 30 and all annual 
reports shall conform to the dates of the fiscal year, and shall project programs for 
the current year. The reports shall be presented by the director for the current year. 

3. The General Board of the association is charged with responsibility of having 
the financial records of the association audited by a competent auditor or accountant 
once each year. 

4. A copy of the minutes shall be sent to the following: all departments and institu- 
tions of the Baptist State Convention; the librarians of the North Carolina Baptist 
colleges and the Southern Baptist Theological Seminaries; secretary of survey and 
statistics; Baptist Sunday School Board, Nashville, Tennessee; American Baptist His- 
torical Society; and other organizations and societies which may desire and request 
them. 

5. The parliamentary law in the government of the association shall be 
ROBER T'SR ULES OF ORDER RE VISED. 



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The Johnston Baptist Association 

1984 Annual 
is concluded with the following 
Statistical Tables 
for your further information 
and reference 

Table A - Church Membership 

Table B - Sunday School 

Table C - Church Training 

Table D - Music Ministries 

Table E - Woman's Missionary Union 

Table F - Brotherhood 

Table G - Total Receipts, Expenditures, Stewardship 
Table H - Mission Expenditures 
Table I - Special Information 



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September 30, 1984 


CHURCHES 


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BENSON GROVE 

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o vo in 
tH o vo 



inooMinoroff 
cNinmt^vovO'«^Lr 



vo m in vo cm cr> o 

VO CM CM O tH VO 



^ m in o o 
h oo in h 
tH *h co 



m o vo 

00 H CO 



h H fO 
00 CO o 



ot^-cNoor-oo 

OOOOOO^OHkOO 



CMcr»ochM , '^r^r- 

COCMCMr-^tHCMO 
HHHHHfMtNH 



oininvor^iHrHo 

HHMinhvOHOO 
CO tH CM tH r- tH 



^ CO ^ CM 
CO CM CO CM 
rH tH CM 



o o o 



OOOOOOOC 



oooooooo 



ooooomoo 

CM 



o o o o 



r- th co 

CO CO o 
tH CM tH 



o>r^cMo>oc^oc\ 

COCOOO^OtHvOCN 



NO^OO^^^hh 
COCMCMr-^tHCMO 
iHtHiHtHtHCMCMtH 



ommvor^vOtHo 
tH tH cm in r** co tH oo 

CO tH CM tH l> rH 



CO CM 

CO CM CO CM 

tH tH CM 
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cocMococMincot-t 



inrorororovOCN^ 



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o o o o 



in vo 

VO CM 



moCOCMtHOOlT 
tH tH tH CO «3* CM CO 



covommininvoo 

rOHHCMHCMrOrO 



cAh-o«Nt^cMcrico 



vo cr> r- 

CM CM CM 



O t vO 
CO O tH 



coovor^r^ooo 

CMCMCM^tHCOCMCN 



r^^om^cMom 

CMCMCMinTHvOCOCM 



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r^inr-cMtHco^cM 



r^ 1 tH m oo 

cm r- r- 



co r» 

CM tH 



voor^-o^^om 

CM 



COO^CO-^'^O'* 
tH CM CM CM 



tHOOCOOOOO 
CM tH ^ 



CM m O VO 



co o in 

CO tH 



m^voococMoo 



CMincor^voinoo 

CM tH tH 



O^OOvOvOCOO 
CO tH tH CO 



00 CO CO 
CM CO tH 



cMomvocor-coco 

tH tH CM tH tH tH tH 



^tHinoinnvo 

tH CM CM CM CM CM tH 



OmCMCOCOtHCMOO 
COCMCMcOtHCOtHtH 



CM *H 



tHvOvOtHinCNtHt^ 
CM tH CM tH tH tH 



COCOLOrH^COinrO 
CM ' — I i — I (N i — ICMCOtH 



CMvOfNjr-vOO^CO 
CO CM tH in tH 



OCOvflh 
CM tH m 



CM ■<* tH 
■H CO CM 



tHinmoocMr^ocM 

H tH tH H H 



r-voinvooovooo 

tH CM CM tH 



oo tH m ^ 



o o o 



oomocMOino 



o-^cMomooo 



OOOOcOvOO^f 



CM O O O 





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qojnuo |Bioi 



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CO (N CNl ^ 



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(S)U0!SSIUJ JO JU9U1|0JU3 



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CO 



luauijOJua jaijio 



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ajnJ9jsetAj 



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1!» |BA!AJns/ i w O'N 



luawioiua 
SJ9JU93 Sujddmbg 



(J8A0 PUE81) 

luawjojua unpv 



(21.-^ sapei6 jo sjeaA ^-zO 
)udui|0jua yjnoA 



(9-1. sapej6 jo sjeaA j.|.-g) 
luauijojua uajpimo 



(I001JDS 

in iou— japun pue sjeaA g) 
)uaiu|0jua |00ipsajd 



o m 















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in o m 

CM CO rH 


o m 
oo r- 


co vo oo ^ 

VO Oi CO H o 
CM 


h h in 
rH ro in 


1270 














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CM 


CM 


in CM CM "tf 


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rH 


m o 

ro CM 


in o 

rO rH 




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CM 


00 


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r- 










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CM 


m 

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in ro 
CM vo 


in 

rH 


CN 


in 

rH 




CM rH 


O 00 in rH 

rH cm 


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CM 


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vo 


m 


CO ro 

rH «— I 


oo m oo 
ro 


m 

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00 




00 


vo vO 

rH 


m 


If 

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li 


JONESBORO 
KENLY 

LEES CHAPEL 
LIVE OAK 
MICRO, FIRST 
MIDDLESEX 
NEW LIFE 
NEWTON GROVE 


NOBLES CHAPEL 
NORTH SMITHFIELD 
OLIVER GROVE 
PARRISH MEMORIAL 
PAULINE 

PINELEVEL j 
PISGAH 

PLEASANT GROVE 


PRINCETON 

SARDIS 

SELMA 

SHARON 

SHILQH 

SMITHFIELD, FIRST 
STEVENS CHAPEL 
THANKSGIVING 


TRINITY 

WATKINS CHAPEL 
WHITE OAK 
WILSONS' MILLS 


TOTALS 



00 


aouepuauv 6u|o6uo A|>|33M 
36ej3A\/ Ajjsiuii/\| oisn^\| 


O ^ 00 U~> ID O CO 
H H ^ H CN) ID 


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CM tH HH>H 


ID CO O O CO O 
CO CM CO VO tH CM 




)U3ui|0Jua 
Ajjsiui^] otsn^yj 6uio6uo iejoi 


ID 00 00 ID CM ID 
iH i— 1 ID CO CO VO H 


f— 1 ID CO H VO C* ^ 
tH CM i— 1 CO tH iH CM 

tH 


ID » VO »• 00 iH 
CO 00 CM CO 




uojnu,o jo 

(S)UOISSILU JO JU3lU|OJU3 








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JU9W|0JU3 SJ3pB3| 

Disnuj lejauag 


CO CO CO CO "tf CM 


CO CM CO -tf VO ID 


CM "^f CO ID ^ ID 


3 


JU8LU|0JU9 

saiqiuasua |e)U3Lunj)sii| 






CO 


o» 


)U3LU|0JU3 S3|qiU3SU3 |B30A 




iH 


«H CM CO 
tH 


o> 


IU3iu|0JUd sjd6uu naqpueH 




tH 

CM 




51 


(J3A0 PUB 80 

}u3iu|0JU3 unpv 


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rH i— 1 »— 1 CM t— 1 CM i— 1 


00 ID O CO CM on. CO 
HH H H (N H 


ID ID ID o O 
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H IT) O ID iH 
tH tH cm 


CM CM 
CM 


CO CO OF* CO 
iH 


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(g-fr sapej6 jo sjeaA u-6) 

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VO CM 
iH 


O CM ^ 
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{£■[ sapejB jo sjeaA g-g) 

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(sjbsA g-fr) 

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VO 


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CO CO CO 
iH 


TABLE D MUSIC 
MINISTRY 

Johnston 

September 30, 1984 


CHURCHES 


ANTICCH 

BAPTIST CENTER 

BAPTIST TABERNACLE 

BENSON 

BENSON GROVE 

BETHANY 

BETHESDA 




CORINTH ! 

CRESTWOOD 

FAITH 

FOUR OAKS 

HALES CHAPEL 

HEPHZIBAH 



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H H CM H CM CM (N H H 



ot^-oomooo 

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O O vO O "tf CM CM 
If) ^ CM H VO H H 



CM ID CM 



m in 

CO cs 



CMHinO^O^VO 
rOfOCM^CMfOHH 



oor^iHcoincMr-vo 
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cr> r*- cm vo co oo ^ 

CO ^^HOHIM 
CM 



co in as 

^ ^ CM H 



in CM CO VO CM CO 



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CO cm in CM CM CO 



co m co co 



CM CO 



r-l CM CM 



CM VO 



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HCMlflOCMhOO 
i— li— 1»— ICMiHtHi— li— I 



CM CM co m CO H o 
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in CM CM H rj< H H 



CO o o o 

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(J3A0 PUB 09) 

U9LU0M isndeg 



(SJB3A 

62 M6noji|i uo!ienpBj6 
S H jo sjeaA 62-80 
U91U0M 6unox isudeg 



(Zl-l S3PBJ6 
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suaapv 



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ro ro vO CO ro (y> H m rOHO^^^ro^roifl 

CM 



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on ro vo 



(9- 1 sapBj6 
J0 SJBaA 1 1.-9) 
uoipv ui S|j|9 



o ro co co 



(|00l)3S UI )0U 

— japun puB sjeaA g) 

SPU9UJ UOISSIfA) 



ro H h 



LD CM rO VO ON 



suoijbz!ub6jo 
10 jaqwnu ibjoi 



HCNlflvOHHinf 



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(J3A0 PUB OS) 

uaiuoM isiideg 



HHPOH 



(sjeaA 62 MBnojm uoi|enpBj6 

S h JOSjeaA 62-81) 
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( Z1 ^S3PBJ6 

josjeaAa-21) 

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(9-1 S3PEJ6 
JO SJE3X H-9) 



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spwuj uoissi^ 



oil 

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m m cn cn 



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rH 00 

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cm in co in 


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VO 

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CNCNinooNvomoN 

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rH CM rO rH 


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rH 

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CM 


on 


m on ro in i 
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rH 


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on r- oo 


CM 


in iH 


HOJHvororo^H 






cm m 


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CM 


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i — 1 (N i — 1 i — 1 CM t — 1 i — I t— 1 


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rH rH rH rH rH rH 


rH rH rH 


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in 
ro 


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H H H M 


rH HHH 


rvj rH rH rH rH rH 


rH rH rH 


rH 

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HOCUTT MEMORIAL 
HOODS GROVE 


JONESBORO 
KENLY 

LEES CHAPEL 
LIVE OAK 
MICRO, FIRST 
MIDDLESEX 
NEW LIFE 
NEWTON GROVE 


NOBLES CHAPEL 
NORTH SMETHFIELD 
OLIVER GROVE 
PARRISH MEMORIAL 
PAULINE 
PINE LEVEL 
PISGAH 

PLEASANT GROVE 


PRINCETON 

SARDIS 

SELMA 

SHARON 

SHILOH 

SMITHFIELD, FIRST 
STEVENS CHAPEL 
THANKSGIVING 


TRINITY 

WATKINS CHAPEL 
WHITE OAK 
WILSONS MILLS 


TOTALS 



)u9OJ|0Jua 
pooipamojg 6wo6uo \wi 



t> oo cr\ oo 

H H CN 



o o in in 
ro ro in (N h 



ipjngo jo 

(S)UOISSIUJ (0 lU8LU|0JUg 



SJ93IJI0 

pooujaqiojg |ejaua6 ^^^\o 
pue jopajip pooLjjaqiojg 



ie«au3y Aei jo SuissauiiM 
-juauj|0JU3 uaiAi jsijdeg 



uouov uoissiw 
-juaoj|ojua uaw jsijdeg 



jaAey 

-juauj|OJua yaw jsijdeg 



OlSBfl 

■iu3uj|0jua uaiAi isjjdeg 



r- o 



1— I CNJ o 



aauiwiuoo pue jopajip vu 



H <N CN 



H IT) ^ (N CM 



(Zl-l S9PEJ6 JO SJB9A n-Zi) 

sjaauoy 



in cnj vo 



'sr cn 



00 KD C\ tH cv 

CNJ tH 



(g-l. sapejB jo SJBaA 1 1-9) 
sjopesruo 



o vo oo m 



£> co m cnj 



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PQ PQ PQ pq PQ 



BBS 






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tH CN tH ^ CM 


r^a>t-H*3»T-icMcor- 

CM rH tH CM VO tH CM 


tH If) CM VO vO LD CO 
tH CO tH ^ tH 
tH 


vo m o 

CM CO CO 


n 

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co th tH m 


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CM 


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CO 






t> 


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in 

CO 


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th 

tH tH 


^ ^ CO 
tH tH tH 


CO O tH CM 
CM tH ^ tH 
tH 


in 

tH 


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CM 


r> 


CO CM H fO r 


tH CM CM ^ tH 


tH 


in cm 


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CO CO 
tH 


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CM 


VO 


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CM tH 


CT» 
tH 
CM 




CO fO CO ^ 


VO LD O ^ VO 
tH tH 


co vo in 


vo in cm 

tH 


tH 
tH 

CM 




JONESBORO 
KENLY 

LEES CHAPEL 
LIVE OAK 
MICRO, FIRST 
MIDDLESEX 
NEW LIFE 
NEWTON GROVE 


NOBLES CHAPEL 
NORTH SMITHFIELD 
OLIVER GORVE 
PARRISH MEMORIAL 
PAULINE 
PINE LEVEL 
PISGAH 

PT .FAS ANT GROVE 


PRINCETON 

SARDIS 

SELMA 

SHARON 

SHILOH 

SMITHFIELD, FIRST 
STEVENS CHAPEL 
THANKSGIVING 


TRINITY 

WATKINS CHAPEL 
WHITE OAK 
WILSONS MILLS 


TOTALS 



in 
o 


ssjniipuadxa 
ieoo| |Eioi 


OrHrHOCnt"-OvO 

•"tfCNinvo^r^com 
cooooinvoo^cN 

iHCNinr-rHCNvOCN 


(NOOOHOrOOi 
sftHCninvOCnCNCN 
^rOtHCNO^CNtH 

^ ro vo oo o oo 

H tH CN tH rO 

tH 


OlOHlOOt 

o tH r> cn tH tH 
H ro ro CN CO CN 

cn r> o oo tH 
rtf tH tH ro ro ro 


n 

n 


samnpuadxa 
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O VO VO ^ IT) CT> CT> 
CN ro LO vD CM o 
vD vD E [ fl H ^ 

r-Nte. /T\ . I /t\ I 

HMHHfMH 


n ro in oo o oo 

» CTi CO vO CN 00 

h vo o r> in cn 

n CN 0"* rO CN CZ? 

tH CO tH 


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m cn r-i cn co 
in o cn 
00 cn vo ro in 

tH CN tH 


s 


ajnieJ9),i| LpjnqQ 


OOMnvOOHCMCN 

•^r^vooOLncr>oo<T> 

CN CN ^ ro 


noomovocNCNtH 
^homhoimh 

NCTiOCNCN^OOCN 
H tH CN r-- ro 


o m co ^ cn o 
in co ^ cn ro 
cn r> vo tH tH ^ 

CN CN rO tH CN 


CN 

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jeaA am 
Buunp luaiua-Miaj jqaa 


rO 

cn 

tH 
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jeaA am 6uunp uoijorutsuoa 
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ro 

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CN 


ro 

CN 


O O 

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rH 


| 


saueies jjejs ip-inqQ 


oooi/nriovoin 

(Ti^LDCN^r-OOO 

roror-cnror-coco 

H H CO ^ t— 1 CN t— 1 


cn cn m o o r» o 
h m oo o o ro 
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oo cn in vo in tH ^ 

tH cn CN 


O o ro tH cn 

O CN CO 00 00 

vo in r> 

1 a i r\ r*Sh it--* r\i 
CN HHH 


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JB9A aqj 6uunp 
paMOJjoq Aauo^i 


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sidiaoay |eioi 


LOt^vD^vOvOr^O 
rHlOCTiCNOOOOO 
vOinOOHOOvOlOfO 

^inoo-^invoooo 

CN'tfvOrOrHCNOOCN 
I— 1 


voominr-omiH 
kOvocnrocNOcoo 
>^oroinmcNoo 
cNco^cNincncnin 
cn cn tH ro th cn m 

tH 


^ in r» r» h oo 
p» ro M in H H 

vo in tH cn cn cn 
ro cn r~~ o vo vo 
in ro rH vo ro 


r- 


sjdiaoaj jaqio ||\/ 


r- 
r- 
o 

CN 


in o r~~ vo 
^ in ro o> 
cn ro ^ 

Cn H H 


>HH O O 

vo o ^ cn 
ro vo ""^ r*» vo 

CN VO tH 

ro 


O o d 

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tH tH 


<o 

CM 


si|i6 lepads pue 
's6uuano ||e 'sai|i!l |eioi 


Hcoo^>om>oo 

vO'tfOOrHCOCNOCN 
^rOCOttfmmo^OO 
CN-^UDCNtHCNOCN 
i-H 


oio^m>oiOH 

CnvOinrOCNOCnvO 
rOOOvoromin-'sfiH 
CNi>tHCNincncN'^ 

CN CN tH CO tH VO m 
tH 


m r- r> tH r> 
ro cn m o r> 
vo in rH o ro cn 
ro cn r*» cn vo 
m ro rH in ro ^ 


s 


3)9 's6uU9jjO 

'st)|6 pajeu6isaa 


CN CO LT) cn O 

cr> o 

CN ID h H h 

m cn i-H cn oo 

tH rH 


o m cn vo 
cn vo ^ ro m 
cn ro tH cn 

^ m cn o 

tH 


r> o vo vo vo 
o co ro cn CN tH 
o oo cn r> o r> 
o H in ^* rH 
tH tH 




oja 's6uuauo 
'sui6 paieu6|sapun 


inoocNinvOi-i^-icn 

iHOOinrOOi-ICNCO 

CNrOini— It— ICNr~*i— 1 
iH 


ino^innovoin 
oomroooomo 
tHinvororoinm'* 
inrOtHCNOcncNvo 

tH tH tH ro H ID ^ 
tH 


vo in tH m m tH 
vo m cn vo r*^ vo 

VO vO CO CN CN CN 

ro vo ro cn ro 
^ ro h in ro ro 


<•> 

CM 


sid|833j psieuBisapun jo i.uaojad 

SB |E06 SUOISSILU jEUOIl&IOOSSV 


CN «H CN CN 
CN 


CN tH in ro ro CN ro 


^ ^^J^ro 




sidiwai paieufiisapun jo waojsd 


O 


O H ^ ro 


oo tH oo ro cn cn 


oo vo cn in cn 




sjaijiii |0 jaqiunN 


in o ro CV CO CN CN 
m in h ^ tH 


m oo cn r-- r~- cn 
tH r- H 


in m oo o rH o 
ro ro rH in tH ro 


TABLE G TOTAL RE- 
CEIPTS, LOCAL EX- 
PENDITURES & 
STEWARDSHIP 

Johnston 

September 30, 1984 


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pommooo^t , vocN 

cfOJOOO^OhHh 
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nooorocNr^cr>r- 
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EXPENDITURES 
Johnston 

September 30, 1984 


CHURCHES 


ANTIOCH 

BAPTIST CENTER 

BAPTIST TABERNACLE 

BENSON 

BENSON GROVE 

BETHANY 

BEIHESDA 

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BLACKMDNS GROVE 
BURNELL 
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CLAYTON, FIRST 
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CORINTH 
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INFORMATION 

Johnston 

September 30, 1984 


1 

CHURCHES 

1 


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BAPTIST CENTER 

BAPTIST TABERNACLE 

BENSON 

BENSON GROVE 

BETHANY 

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Edmonds Printing Company 
P.O. Box 666 
Lawrenceville, Virginia 23868 



1985 Annual 

m 

North Carolina 



GOOD NEWS AMERICA 




GOD LOVES YOU 



Johnston Baptist 
Association 



Annual of 

Johnston Baptist Association 

of 

North Carolina 

CB GOOD NEWS AMERICA, 
— GODIDVESYOU. 

Eighty -third Annual Session 



LIVE OAK BAPTIST CHURCH 
Monday Evening, October 21, 1985 

BENSON BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday Afternoon and Evening, October 22, 1985 

The next annual session will be held at 

JONESBORO BAPTIST CHURCH 
Monday Evening, October 20, 1986 

and 

PISGAH BAPTIST CHURCH 
Tuesday Afternoon and Evening, October 21 , 1986 



Published 1986 by 
Edmonds Printing Company 
Lawrenceville, Virginia 



Table of Contents 



DIRECTORY OF ASSOCIATION 

General Officers 1 

Departmental Officers 1 

Committees 3 

Denominational & Institutional Representatives 3 

General Board Lay Representatives 4 

DIRECTORY OF CHURCHES 

Pastors 5 

Sunday School Directors 6 

Church Training Directors 7 

Brotherhood Directors 7 

Woman's Missionary Union Directors 8 

Music Directors 9 

Organists 10 

Clerks 11 

Treasurers 12 

Chairmen of Deacons 13 

Media Library Directors 14 

Ordained Ministers Other Than Pastors 15 

PROCEEDINGS 

Program 15 

Minutes 16 

ASSOCIATIONAL REPORTS 

General Board 20 

Migrant Ministry 20 

Time, Place, Preacher 21 

Director of Missions 21 

Biblical Recorder 22 

Youth Ministry 27 

Ordination Committee 28 

Church Training 28 

Missions Committee 29 

Woman's Missionary Union 29 

Senior Adult Ministry 30 

Brotherhood 33 

Non-Budget Account 33 

Financial Report 34 

Ministry Action Budget 35 

Historical Events 37 

Resolutions Committee 38 

Memorials Committee 38 

DENOMINATIONAL INSTITUTIONAL REPORTS 

North Carolina Baptist Colleges 23 

North Carolina Baptist Foundation 24 

North Carolina Baptist Children's Homes 24 

American Bible Society 25 

Annuity Board 27 

HISTORICAL TABLES 41 

CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS 44 

MAP OF ASSOCIATION Center of Book 



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1985 Annual 

Dedicated in Loving Memory of the late 
JOHN L. RYBERG: BIOGRAPHICAL PROFILE 

BORN: Georgetown, Texas, December 12, 1924; the seventh and youngest child of August 
and Ada (Scroggins) Ryberg. 

FORMAL SCHOOLING : Public Schools of San Antonio, Texas; the University of South 
Carolina, with B. A. degree; Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and Southeastern Baptist 
Theological Seminary: with B. D. degree and studies toward ThM degree. 

MILITARY SERVICE : U. S. Navy, World War II. 

CHRISTIAN FAITH AND MINISTRY: Public profession of faith in Christ at age of ten, 
with baptism and church membership at Baptist Temple Church in San Antonio. 

STUDENT MINISTRY: Baptist Student Union President at University of South Carolina; 
Baptist Student President for the State BSU Council of South Carolina, student related 
pastorates at Killian, South Carolina and Murray, Kentucky. Ordained: First Baptist Church 
of Columbia, South Carolina (1946). Preacher for Student-led revivals in South Carolina 
during college and seminary years (B.S.U. related). 

PUBLIC MINISTRY: Director of Royal Ambassador Program for South Carolina Baptist 
Convention (1950-53); inaugurated summer camp program for boys; Youth Congress; coun- 
selor training for Boy's work. Associate-Pastor for First Baptist Church of Atlanta, Georgia 
(1953-56). Pastor, Capitol View Baptist Church of Atlanta, Georgia (1956-58). Pastor, First 
Baptist Church, Smithfield, North Carolina, (since 1960). 

DENOMINATIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE: Founding Trustee for Midwestern 
Baptist Theological Seminary; Board of Directors for Biblical Recorder (Journal of the Bap- 
tist State Convention of North Carolina); Member of Smithfield and North Carolina Good 
Neighbor Council since 1965; member and Chairman of Christian Action League of John- 
ston County, N. C. since 1973; Moderator of Johnston Baptist Association (1971-73); member 
and chairman of several committees for Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. 

Mr. Ryberg came to Smithfield in November 1960 to serve as interim pastor of First Baptist 
Church. He was working on his master's degree in theology at Southeastern Seminary in Wake 
Forest at the time. The church named him pastor the following year. He continued in faithful 
service to the church and the community until 12-13-84 when the Lord called him home. 



Directory of Association 

General Executive Officers 

1985-1986 



Moderator Clitus Hinton, Rt. 1 Box 398, Princeton 27569; 936-1111 

Vice Moderator Lee Colbert, P. O. Box 209, Smithfield 27577; 934-9771 

Clerk Lloyd Batten, Jr., Rt. 2 Box 92D, Selma 27576; 965-5173 

Treasurer Chester Wilkins, Pine Level 27568; 965-2295 

Historian Mary Ann Akers, 305 E. Market St., Smithfield 27577; 934-8146 

Trustees Harold Tharrington, '88, 106 Castle Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-3749 

H. J. Beeker, '86, Box 187, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2679 
Joyce Creech, '87, Rt. 3 Box 187, Zebulon 27597; 269-8289 



Departmental Officers 

1985-1986 
Sunday School 



Director Tom Ashbury, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557; 965-5082 

Assistant Director Darrell A. Smith, P. O. Box 340, Pine Level 27568; 965-5363 

Church Training 

Director Maurice W. Grissom, P. O. Box 35, Clayton 27520; 553-4161 

Assistant Director Jeffrey Clark, Box 717, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2664 

Adult Director Kenneth Thornton, 2917 Hwy. 70 E., Clayton 27520; 553-6431 

Youth Director Lee Colbert, P. O. Box 209, Smithfield 27577; 934-2204 

Preschool Director John and Kay Hatch 

New Member Director Mrs. Rebecca Thornton, 2917 Hwy. 70 E., Clayton 27520; 553-6431 

Music Director 

Director Marshall Tyson, P. O. Box 35, Clayton 27520; 553-4161 

Assistant Director Kelly Stone, P. O. Box 209, Smithfield 27577; 934-9771 

Youth Ministry 

Director S. Keith Vaughan, P. O. Box 215, Princeton 27569; 965-2678 

Assistant Director Sharron Gunter, P. O. Box 237, Kenly 27542; 284-4936 

Evangelism 

Director Don Price, 204 W. Church St., Benson 27504; 894-4777 

Brotherhood 

Director Tom Herndon, 314 W. Home St., Clayton 27520; 553-7935 

Assistant Director Mark White, Rt. 1 Box 6005, Willow Spring 27592; 894-3579 



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Library Services 



Director Chris Akers, 305 E. Market St., Smithfield 27577; 934-8146 

Assistant Director Mary Brown, Rt. 2 Box 102-A, Selma 27576; 965-3704 

Louise Wall, Chairperson 
Nominating Committee 

Woman's Missionary Union - 1985-1986 

Director Mrs. Clitus (Jean) Hinton, Rt. 3 Box 236, Princeton 27569; 936-1111 

Assistant Director Mrs. Nelda Evans, 320 Hickory Dr., Clayton 27520; 934-2775 

Secretary Jeanette Lassiter, 107 Milton Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-7726 

Mission Friends Director 

Assistant Mission Friends Director Mrs. Thomas (Diane) Heritage, 233 Main St., 

Four Oaks 27524; 963-2422 

Girls in Action Director Mrs. Alton (Gayle) Bizzell, 108 E. Stevens St., Smithfield 27577; 

934-3514 

Acteens Director Mrs. Waynelle Davis, Rt. 1 Box 71, Middlesex 27557; 269-8855 

Assistant Acteens Director 

Baptist Young Women Director Mrs. Gail Cagle, 804 Primrose St., Selma 27576; 965-8352 

Baptist Women Director Mrs. Medwick (Shirley) Byrd, Rt. 1 Box 208 A, Angier 27591; 

894-4900 

Assistant Baptist Women Director Mrs. Hubert (Eunice) Hinnant, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 

965-2618 

Mission Support Director Mrs. Willard (Mary) Brown, Rt. 1 Box 102 A, Selma 27576; 

965-3704 

Mission Action Director Mrs. Jimmy (Dorothy) Nappier, P.O. Box 387, Clayton 27520; 

553-7444 

Enlistment/Enlargement Director Mrs. Horace (Nettie) Ricks, 305 N. Green St., Selma 

27576; 965-6957 

Centennial Celebration Chairperson .... Mrs. Lynn (Jan) Barry, 506 Hancock St., Smithfield 

27577; 934-6523 

Area Leaders: 

Area I Mrs. Dorothy Driver, Rt. 1 Box 112, Middlesex 27557 

Area II Mrs. Laura Ferrell, Ricks Tr. Pk. Box 44, Selma 27576; 965-6870 

Area III Mrs. Garfield (Bessie) Brown, Box 305, Princeton 27569; 936-3841 

Area IV Mrs. Grover (Ruby) Creech, 105 Longview Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-5113 

Area V Mrs. Niles (Madge) Compton, Rt. 4 Box 148, Benson 27504; 894-3238 

Area VI Mrs. Elwood (Shirley) Banks, P. O. Box , Four Oaks 27524; 963-2532 

Area VII Mrs. Billy (Nadine) Wells, 3430 Barbour Mill Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-6659 

Area VIII Mrs. Shirley Weaver, 2701 Covered Bridge Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7484 

Nominating Committee Mrs. Beebe Parker, P. O. Box 43, Pine Level 27568 

Mrs. Golda Pittman, Box 1207, Smithfield 27577 

Mitchiner Loan Fund Mrs. Ramona Cash, Evelyn Garris, Lois Overby 



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Committee on Committees Report 



COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS: 

Tim Stevens, Chairperson - 88 Rt. 1 Box 286, Middlesex 284-4207 

Mrs. Mary Brown - 86 Rt. 2 Box 102 A, Selma 965-3704 

Darrell Smith - 86 P. O. Box 340, Pine Level 965-3163 

Vera Sullivan - 87 61 1 W. Anderson St., Selma 965-5358 

Mrs. Winkie Moore - 87 Rt. 1 Box 471, Selma 965-6113 

Mrs. Maxine Adams - 88 19 E. Dail St., Smithfield 934-7048 

COMMITTEE ON MISSIONS: 

Steve Morris, Chairperson - 86 14 Rochelle PL, Selma 965-7240 

Mrs. Essie Mae Crocker - 86 Rt. 3, Selma 965-2794 

Donald King - 87 Rt. 1 Box 195 B, Princeton 965-3909 

Dorothy Nappier - 87 P.O. Box 387, Clayton 553-7444 

Kenneth Benton - 88 P. O. Box 210, Micro 965-6012 

Mrs. Jan Barry - 88 506 Hancock St., Smithfield 934-6523 

COMMITTEE ON CHRISTIAN LIFE: 

Kenneth Thrasher P. O. Box 481, Smithfield 934-8874 

Lee Colbert P. O. Box 209, Smithfield 934-9771 

PERSONNEL COMMITTEE: 

Kenneth Thrasher, Chairperson - 86 P. O. Box 481, Smithfield 934-8874 

James Ellerbe - 86 415 Canady St., Clayton 553-7333 

Bennie Parker - 87 P. O. Box 43, Pine Level 965-2226 

C. E. Clayton - 88 P. O. Box 447, Pine Level 965-5382 

Mrs. Hazel Lock - 88 Rt. 1 Box 163, Selma 965-9701 

Mrs. Louise Wall - 87 Rt. 3 Box 237, Selma 965-2750 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES: 
Vice Moderator, Chairperson 

Charles Creech Rt. 1 Box 196, Zebulon 269-8877 

Willard Brown Rt. 2 Box 102 A, Selma 965-3704 

Hoyt Lock Rt. 1 Box 163, Selma 965-9701 

Thomas Asbury Rt. 1 Box 163, Middlesex 965-5082 

DENOMINATIONAL & INSTITUTIONAL REPRESENTATIVES: 

Cooperative Program Willard Brown, Rt. 2 Box 102 A, Selma 965-3704 

Children's Homes Mrs. Carolyn Tharrington, 106 Castle Dr., Smithfield 934-3749 

Baptist Colleges Miss Grace Smith, 105 Fayetteville St., Clayton 553-6239 

Baptist Foundation R. E. Moore, Box 164, Four Oaks 963-2483 

Baptist Retirement Homes Tom Pearce, Rt. 3 Box 394, Selma 284-3414 

Baptist Hospital Jeff Clark, P. O. Box 717, Four Oaks 963-2664 

Annuity Board Kenneth D. Benton, Box 210, Micro 27555; 965-6012 

American Bible Society Jean Hinton, Rt. 3 Box 236, Princeton 936-1 1 i 1 

COMMITTEE ON ORDINATION: 

Jeff Clark, Chairperson - 88 P. O. Box 717, Four Oaks 963-2664 

Maurice Grissom - 86 P. O. Box 35, Clayton 553-4161 

Harry Edwards - 86 Rt. 1 Box 192 A, Sims 235-4101 

Emery Hacket - 86 Rt. 1 Box 204 G, Zebulon 269-4976 

David Adams - 87 19 E. Dail St., Smithfield 934-7048 

E. C. Reeves - 87 3900 Johnston Union Rd., Clayton 553-4382 

Leon Tart - 87 Rt. 2 Box 603, Dunn 894-3812 

Joe Creech - 88 Rt. 1 Box 240D, Selma 965-9395 

Robert Cooke - 88 Rt. 2 Box 154 A, Benson 894-5240 



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SENIOR ADULT COMMITTEE: 

Mrs. Herman Mauney, Chairperson 402 Holt St., Smithfield 934-7637 

Mrs. Annette Woods 20 Hunter Ln., Selma 965-3205 

Mrs. Joe Puckett 513 Lee St., Smithfield 934-2430 

Danny Powell Rt. 3 Box 479, Smithfield 934-5944 

PROPERTIES COMMITTEE: 

Richard Moore, Chairperson 934-3486 

Bill Edwards Rt. 1 Box 197, Selma 965-5243 

Joe Moore P. O. Box 451, Selma 965-2017 

Grover Creech 105 Longview Dr., Smithfield 934-51 13 

COMMITTEE ON CONSTITUTION: 

Chad Allen, Chairperson - 88 P.O. Box 446, Selma 965-3228 

Mrs. Shirley Byrd - 86 Rt. 1 Box 208 A, Angier 894-4900 

James Little - 87 609 S. Barbour St., Clayton 553-7539 

COMMITTEE ON ORDER OF BUSINESS: 

Fred Smith, Chairperson Rt. 2, Clayton 553-5930 

Loretta Woodard P. O. Box 42, Princeton 936-3561 

Jeff Clark Box 717, Four Oaks 963-2664 

Robert Brooks 3931 Ranch Rd., Clayton 553-7302 

Selmadene Tart 409 Robertson St., Clayton 

COMMITTEE ON TIME-PLACE-PREACHER: 

Don Price, Chairperson 204 W. Church St., Benson 894-3275 

Mrs. Ramona Cash P. O. Box 417, Clayton 553-7244 

Henry Wright 921 Chestnut Dr., Smithfield 934-3547 

COMMITTEE ON MEMORIALS: 

Mrs. Doris Grissom P.O. Box 35, Clayton 553-6597 

Mrs. Lois Overby 611 S. Fourth St., Smithfield 934-2495 

Mrs. Laura Johnson , 702 W. Main St., Benson 894-3324 

COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS: 

Mrs. Lucille Oliver, Chairperson - 88 618 S. First St., Smithfield 934-8084 

Mrs. Nettie Ricks - 86 P.O. Box 356, Selma 965-6957 

R. E. Moore - 87 Box 164, Four Oaks 963-2483 

BUDGET & FINANCE COMMITTEE: 

James Ellerbe, Chairperson - 87 415 Canady St., Clayton 553-7333 

Jan Barry - 85 506 Hancock St., Smithfield 934-6523 

George Smith - 85 2630 Covered Bridge Rd., Clayton 553-5331 

S. C. Woodard - 86 Rt. 1, Selma 965-2525 

H. J. Beeker - 86 Box 187, Four Oaks 963-2659 

Paul Rose - 87 Box 355, Mt. Olive 658-4600 (Home), 594-1880 (Church) 



General Board Lay Representatives 



Baptist Center Edward Lee, 2401 Lee Rd., Clayton 27520 

Baptist Tabernacle Percy Batten, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 

Benson P. B. Wood, Jr., Box 236, Benson 27504 

Bethesda Mrs. Dixie Jordan. 2711 Peele Rd., Clayton 27520 

Blackman's Grove Lawrence Massengill, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524 

Burnell Bobby Johnson, Rt. 4 Box 59, Benson 27504 

Calvary, Dunn J. Lovette Barefoot, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334 

Cedar Grove Greg Dail, 124 Boswell St., Wilson 28334 



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Clayton, First Charles Stewart, 604 E. Home St., Clayton 27520 

Clyde's Chapel Cliff Painter, 1115 Wilson's Mills Rd., Smithfield 27577 

Corinth Dewitt Creech, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597 

Faith W. G. Ricks, 310 Ricks Rd., Selma 27576 

Four Oaks H.J. Beeker, Box 187, Four Oaks 27524 

Hephzibah Waylon Howell, Rt. 1 Box 152, Princeton 27569 

Hocutt Memorial John Lee, 305 Wren Ln., Clayton 27520 

Hood's Grove Lee Hayes, 311 S. George St., Benson 27504 

Jonesboro J. L. West, Rt. 3, Dunn 28334 

Lee's Chapel Jimmie Denton, Box 256, Middlesex 27557 

Micro, First Leland Batten, Box 197, Micro 27555 

Middlesex John Brantley, Box 515 Middlesex 27557 

New Life Walter Jones, 209 Stancil St., Smithfield 27577 

Newton Grove Maddrey Bass, Box 87, Newton Grove 28366 

Noble's Chapel Thad Sharp, Jr., Rt. 1, Sims 27880 

North Smithfield Earl Whitby, 19 W. Waddell St., Selma 27576 

Parrish Memorial Eunice Hinnant, Rt. 3, Selma 27576 

Pauline Joseph Gregory, Rt. 3 Box 63A, Four Oaks 27524 

Pine Level Clyde Mozingo, Rt. 3 Box 601, Selma 27576 

Pisgah M. P. Braswell, 419 Wellons St., Smithfield 27577 

Pleasant Grove Shirley Byrd, Rt. 1, Angier 27501 

Princeton Miss Erma Woodard, Rt. 1, Princeton 27569 

Sharon M. B. McLeod, 204 McCullens St., Smithfield 27577 

Shiloh Junious Snead, Rt. 1, Garner 27529 

Smithfield, First Joseph Nail, Box 179, Smithfield 27577 

Thanksgiving S. C. Woodard, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Trinity Mrs. Budd Smith, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 

Watkin's Chapel Emery Hacket, Rt. 1 Box 204G, Zebulon 27597 

White Oak George E. Smith, 2630 Covered Bridge Rd., Clayton 27520 

Wilson's Mills Chris Parker, Box 156, Wilson's Mills 27593 

Pastors 

Antioch Tom Asbury, Rt. 1 Box 163, Middlesex 27557; 965-5082 

Baptist Center Robert Brooks, 3931 Ranch Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7302 

Baptist Tabernacle Charles M. Stevens, Rt. 1 Box 451, Wendell 27591; 365-5417 

Benson Donald Price, 204 W. Church St., Benson 27504; 894-3275 

Benson Grove Billie Ray Pittman, Box 15072, Durham 27704; 477-1311 

Bethany Leslie Parrish, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557; 284-5327 

Bethesda Missionary Kenneth Thornton, 2917 Hwy. 70 E., Clayton 27520; 553-6431 

Beulah C. N. Lee, Rt. 1 Box 125-A, Newton Grove 28366; 594-1523 

Blackman's Grove William J. Greech, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 894-5505 

Burnell Felix Futrell, Rt. 3 Box 221, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2715 

Calvary Toby Cahoon, 1022 S. Pollock St., Selma 27576; 965-3208 

Calvary Missionary Joseph Norris, 1102 West Broad St., Dunn 28334; 892-2686 

Cedar Grove W. W. Thompson, Rt. 2 Box 39-A, Princeton 27569; 735-9751 

Clayton, First Maurice Grissom, Box 35, Clayton 27520; 553-4161 

Corinth . . Wayne Mayberry, Rt. 1 Box 269, Zebulon 27597; 365-5373 

Crestwood Thomas Pearce, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 284-3414 

Faith Steven Moore, 14 Rochelle Pl.-Sima, Selma 27576; 965-7240 

Four Oaks Jeffery Clark, Box 717, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2664 

Hale's Chapel Gene Alexander, Rt. 1 Box 179, Zebulon 27597; 269-4727 

Hephzibah Ted Turner, Rt. 1 Box 278, Princeton 27569; 965-5886 



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Hocutt Memorial Thomas V. Herndon, 314 W. Home St., Clayton 27520; 553-7935 

Hood's Grove Leonard Braswell, Rt. 1 Box 1625, Smithfield 27577; 934-3960 

Jonesboro Leon Tart, Rt. 2 Box 603, Dunn 28334; 892-3812 

Kenly Carlton R. Gunter, Box 237, Kenly 27542; 284-4936 

Lee's Chapel Joey Faucette, Box 627, Middlesex 27557; 235-3555 

Live Oak Marshall Fagg, 526 N. College St., Wake Forest 27587; 556-2845 

Micro Tim Stevens, Rt. 1 Box 286, Middlesex 27557; 284-4207 

Middlesex Missionary C. W. Driver, Box 446, Middlesex 27557; 235-4049 

New Life Missionary Tim Starnes, 804 E. Lizzie St., Selma 27576; 965-3388 

Newton Grove Paul Rose, Rt. 1 Box 355, Newton Grove 28365; 658-4600 

Noble's Chapel Harry S. Edwards, Rt. 1 Box 194A, Sims 27880; 235-4101 

North Smithfield David C. Adams, 19 E. Dail St., Smithfield 27577; 934-7048 

Oliver's Grove W. W. Turner, 1307 Hwy. 70 E., Clayton 27520; 553-6670 

Parrish Memorial Kenneth D. Benton, Box 210, Micro 27555; 965-6012 

Pauline Eugene Clayton, Box 447, Pine Level 27568; 965-5382 

Pine Level Darrell Smith, Box 340, Pine Level 27568; 965-5363 

Pleasant Grove Dr. Mark White, Rt. 1 Box 6005, Willow Springs 27592; 894-3379 

Sardis L. D. Pritchard, 207 Graves St., Selma 27576; 965-9540 

Selma Chadwick J. Allen, 506 W. Waddell St., Selma 27577; 965-9431 

Sharon Dr. Kenneth Thrasher, Box 2162, Smithfield 27577; 934-8874 

Smithfield, First Lee Colbert, Box 209, Smithfield 27577; 934-0318 

Steven's Chapel Thorn Duncan, Rt. 2 Box 170, Smithfield 27577; 934-6917 

Thanksgiving Joseph Creech, Rt. 1, Selma 27576 

Trinity Robert Lawson Cooke, Rt. 2 Box 154-A, Benson 27504; 894-5866 

Watkin's Chapel Emery W. Hacket, Rt. 1 Box 204G, Zebulon 27597; 269-4076 

Wilson's Mills Danny G. Powell, 1821 Garner Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-6577 

Sunday School Directors 

Antioch Mrs. Shirley Hinton, Rt. 1 Box 155, Middlesex 27557; 965-2557 

Baptist Center Richard Lee, 2401 Lee Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7351 

Baptist Tabernacle Mrs. Joyce Creech, Rt. 1 Box 187, Zebulon 27597 

Benson Mrs. Eloise Bonds, 604 W. Harnett St., Benson 27504; 894-4274 

Benson Grove T. G. Ennis, 203 Sunrise Ave., Smithfield 27577; 934-7963 

Bethany Douglas Evans, Rt. 1, Lucama 27581; 239-1900 

Bethesda Missionary Edward Sasser, 207 Falcon Ct., Clayton 27520; 553-5896 

Beulah Randy Ivey, Box 250, Angier 27501; 639-2809 

Blackman's Grove Larry Massengill, Rt. 1, Benson 27504; 894-5724 

Burnell Earl Gautier, Rt. 3 Box 416, Benson 27504; 894-2852 

Calvary Donald Gay, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577; 934-8993 

Calvary Missionary CD. Denning, Rt. 6, Dunn 28334 

Carter's Chapel Mrs. Martha Grady, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 

Cedar Grove Ronnie Price, Middlesex 27557 

Clayton, First Billy Parrish, 3200 Barbour Mill Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7373 

Clyde's Chapel Glenn Medlin, Rt. 1 Box 220A, Wendell 27591; 365-6939 

Corinth Kenneth Hamilton, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597; 365-7918 

Crestwood George Creech, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-8521 

Faith Ronnie Robinson, Goldsboro 

Four Oaks Keith Peedin. Rt. 4 Box B-4, Four Oaks 27524; 963-3289 

Hale's Chapel Carlton Driver, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597; 269-8901 

Hephzibah Charles G. Pilkington, Rt. 4 Box 204, Selma 27576; 965-8156 

Hocutt Memorial Mrs. Selmadene Tart, 409 Robertson St., Clayton 27520; 553-7268 

Hood's Grove Lee A. Hayes, 311 S. George St., Benson 27504; 894-5469 



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Jonesboro LeRay Barefoot, Rt. 1, Benson 27504; 894-2136 

Kenly Mrs. Dorothy Creech, Box 615, Kenly 27542; 284-2939 

Lee's Chapel Sherwood Driver, Rt. 1 Box 163, Zebulon 27597; 235-4237 

Live Oak Dick Cagle, 804 Primrose St., Selma 27576; 965-8352 

Micro Leland Batten, Box 197, Micro 27555; 934-8409 

Middlesex Missionary Junior Johnson, Box 115, Middlesex 27557; 235-3968 

New Life Missionary Ray Parrish, Rt. 1 Box 386, Lot 30, Smithfield 27577; 934-6719 

Newton Grove Dewayne West, Rt. 2 Westgrove St., Newton Grove 28366; 594-1383 

Noble's Chapel Mrs. Angela Deans, Rt. 2, Bailey 27807; 235-3222 

North Smithfield Braxton Braswell, 32 W. Waddell St., Smithfield 27577; 934-8492 

Oliver's Grove Landis Adams, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2874 

Parrish Memorial Tommy Medlin, Rt. 2, Princeton 27569; 284-4951 

Pauline Hugh Allen, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 934-2453 

Pine Level James Overbee, Box 36, Pine Level 27568; 965-8860 

Pisgah Ronald Murphy, Smithfield 27577; 934-8018 

Pleasant Grove Charles Gregory, Rt. 1 Box 1275, Garner 27529; 772-2110 

Princeton Bryant Wellons, Rt. 2 Box 262, Princeton 27569; 936-2992 

Sardis Johnnie Toole, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577; 934-2105 

Selma Dr. Horace Ricks, 305 N. Green St., Selma 27577; 965-6957 

Sharon Henry Whitley, 701 Wilson's Mills Rd., Smithfield 27577; 934-8807 

Shiloh Gene Coats, Hwy. 42, Garner 27529; 772-3653 

Smithfield, First William H. Perry, Rt. 4 Box 149, Smithfield 27577; 934-6342 

Steven's Chapel Carl Peedin, Rt. 4, Selma 27576; 965-8891 

Thanksgiving Gardner Parrish, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-8215 

Trinity J. Don Johnson, Rt. 2 Box 154, Benson 27504; 894-3434 

Watkin's Chapel Steve Driver, Rt. 3 Box 20, Wendell 27591; 365-6760 

White Oak Mike Mulhollem, 2017 Murphy Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7307 

Wilson's Mills Mrs. Jackie Jones, Rt. 2, 4001 Powhatan Rd., Clayton 27520; 934-3725 

Church Training Directors 

Bethesda Missionary Sam Johnson, 3030 Johnston Union Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-4590 

Clayton, First Chris McAdams, 611 S. Barbour St., Clayton 27520; 553-6033 

Clyde's Chapel Ms. Debbie Williford, Box 1126, Wendell 27591; 365-3100 

Four Oaks Mrs. Betsy Byrd, Box 875, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2659 

Hocutt Memorial John H. Lee, 305 Wren Ln., Clayton 27520; 553-5961 

Life Oak Mrs. Sandra Norris, Rt. 1 Box 378, Selma 27576; 965-6186 

Pine Level Darrell Smith, Box 340, Pine Level 27568; 965-5363 

Selma Linwood Price, Rt. 2 Box 245-14, Selma 27577; 965-5524 

Shiloh Glen wood Parrish, 205 Cleveland Rd., Garner 27529; 772-1929 

Smithfield, First Lee Colbert, Box 209, Smithfield 27577; 934-9771 

Brotherhood Directors 

Antioch Tom Asbury, Rt. 1 Box 163, Middlesex 27557; 965-5082 

Benson Grove Hal Elliott, Rt. 3 Box 391, Benson 27504; 894-5556 

Bethesda Missionary Fred Shaefer, 2036 Cole Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-5962 

Beulah Maylon Barefoot, Rt. 2 Box 137, Dunn 28334; 892-1313 

Burnell Earl Gautier, Rt. 2 Box 416, Benson 27504; 894-2852 

Calvary Buddy Cahoon, 732 Selma Rd., Smithfield 27577; 934-9631 

Clayton, First Johnny Ellis, 916 Mulberry Dr., Clayton 27520; 553-7287 

Clyde's Chapel Melvin Adams, Rt. 1 Box 20, Wendell 27591; 365-7525 

Crestwood Ed Delahooke, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-5018 



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Faith Clarence Brown, Selma 27576 

Four Oaks Edison Temple, Rt. 4, Four Oaks 27524; 963-3200 

Hale's Chapel Larry Dupree, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597; 269-9353 

Hephzibah Donald King, Rt. 1 Box 309, Princeton 27569; 965-3909 

Hocutt Memorial Jerry Hedgecock, 332 N. Moore St., Clayton 27520; 553-5191 

Jonesboro David Lee, Rt. 1, Benson 27504 

Live Oak Dick Cagle, 804 Primrose St., Selma 27576; 965-8352 

Micro Bill Whitley, Box 1112, Kenly 27555; 284-5170 

Middlesex Missionary Willis Strickland, Rt. 2 Box 66, Middlesex 27557; 235-3808 

New Life Missionary Jerry Prior, 315 N. Fifth St., Smithfield 27577; 934-8469 

Nobles Chapel Ted Deans, Rt. 2, Bailey 27807; 235-3222 

North Smithfield Earl Strickland, 515 Mill St., Smithfield 27577; 934-3737 

Oliver's Grove Dean Jackson, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2624 

Parrish Memorial Johnny Medlin, Rt. 2, Princeton 27569; 965-8755 

Pauline Steve Batten, Rt. 1, Four Oaks 27524; 934-7997 

Pine Level Robert Watson, Box 93, Pine Level 27568; 965-2827 

Pisgah James Griffin, Rt. 4 Box 121, Smithfield 27577; 934-4569 

Pleasant Grove James Stephenson, Rt. 1, Willow Spring 27592; 639-4214 

Princeton Dr. Harold Lancaster, Box 428, Princeton 27569; 936-2597 

Selma Dr. Dicky Parrish, Rt. 2 Box 135, Selma 27576; 965-2384 

Sharon Ron Whittington, 310 Powell St., Smithfield 27577; 934-4749 

Smithfield, First Kay Carroll, 1213 Chestnut Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-5882 

Steven's Chapel Lee Peedin, Rt. 4, Selma 27576; 965-6530 

Watkin's Chapel Charles W. Creech, Rt. 1 Box 196, Zebulon 27597; 269-8877 

White Oak George Smith, 2630 Covered Bridge Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-5331 

Wilson's Mills Anthony Southerland, 2130 Southern Rd., Clayton 27520; 934-8238 

Woman's Missionary Union Directors 

Antioch Mrs. Edith McGraw, Rt. 1 Box 155, Middlesex 27557; 965-5796 

Baptist Center Mrs. Billy Wells, 3430 Barbour Mill Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-6659 

Baptist Tabernacle Mrs. R. H. Andrews, P. O. Box 331, Wendell 27591; 365-7279 

Benson Mrs. Pearl Creech, 312 W. Parrish Dr., Benson 27504; 894-3625 

Benson Grove Joan Phillips, Rt. 1, Angier 27501; 894-8470 

Bethany Mrs. Barbara Batten. Rt. 2, Kenly 27542; 284-4164 

Bethesda Missionary Mrs. Dorothy Ellis, 2550 Powhatan Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7891 

Beulah Katherine Lee, Rt. 1 Box 125-A, Newton Grove 28336; 594-1523 

Blackman's Grove Mrs. Lois Lee, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 894-2582 

Burnell Mrs. Nelson Johnson, Rt. 3 Box 226, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2856 

Calvary Carolyn Wood, Rt. 2 Box 331-A, Princeton 27569; 965-5836 

Calvary Missionary Dorothy Johnson, Rt. 6, Dunn 28334 

Carter's Chapel Mrs. Mary W. Brown, Rt. 2 Box 225, Selma 27577 

Cedar Grove Arlene Boykin, Rt. 2, Wilson 27893 

Clayton, First Mrs. Sybil Ross, Box 616. Clayton 27520; 553-7287 

Clyde's Chapel Annette Adams, P. O. Box 831, Wendell 27591; 365-3651 

Corinth Hassie Pulley, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597; 365-7716 

Crestwood Mrs. Marie Odom, 204 Quail Rd., Smithfield 27577; 934-5494 

Faith Mrs. Laura Ferrell, Box 44 Ricks Tr. Pk., Selma 27576; 965-6870 

Four Oaks Mrs. Julia Coats, Rt. 1, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2492 

Hephzibah Karen Evans, Rt. 1 Box 270, Princeton 27569; 965-6187 

Hocutt Memorial Mrs. Lena Mercer, 309 W. Home, Clayton 27520; 553-7368 

Hood's Grove Mrs. W. A. Hood, Rt. 2 Box 212, Benson 27504; 894-5357 

Jonesboro Ora Mae Barefoot, Rt. 2 Box 601, Dunn 28334; 892-5704 



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Kenly Mrs. Lulu Jolliff, Rt. 4 Box 229A, Kenly 27542; 284-2431 

Lee's Chapel Mrs. Janie Johnson, Rt. 1 Box 31, Middlesex 27557; 235-3411 

Live Oak Mrs. Gail Cagle, 804 Primrose St., Selma 27576; 965-8352 

Micro Mrs. Ellaphair Stallings, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 965-3893 

Middlesex Missionary Hildred Wright, Box 303, Middlesex 27557; 235-3972 

New Life Missionary Mrs. Bess Beam, Box 1434, Smithfield 27577; 934-6390 

Newton Grove Mrs. Lottie Bass, Box 87, Newton Grove 28366; 594-0680 

Noble's Chapel Mrs. Dolly Stallings, Sims 27880; 237-3925 

North Smithfield Edith Deece, 11 W. Edgerton St., Smithfield 27577; 934-4373 

Oliver's Grove Mrs. Teresa Allen, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2624 

Parrish Memorial Eunice Hinnant, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 965-2618 

Pauline Mrs. Eunice Weeks, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 934-2949 

Pine Level Cathy Smith, Box 340, Pine Level 27568; 965-5363 

Pisgah Dorothy Olive, Rt. 1 Box 394-A, Smithfield 27577; 934-3179 

Pleasant Grove Shirley Byrd, Rt. 1, Angier 27501; 894-3379 

Princeton Jean Hinton, Rt. 3 Box 236; Princeton 27569; 936-1111 

Sardis Mrs. Sylvia Whitley, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577; 934-2083 

Selma Nettie Ricks, 305 N. Green St., Selma 27576; 965-6957 

Sharon Mrs. Jackie Jones, 110 Whitley Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-7508 

Shiloh Mrs. Terry Monroe, 205 November St., Garner 27529; 772-5817 

Smithfield, First Joyce W. Wright, 921 Chestnut Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-3547 

Steven's Chapel Hazel Peedin, Rt. 4, Selma 27576; 965-8891 

Thanksgiving Mrs. Margaret Creech, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-9395 

Trinity Mrs. Stephen Lee, Sr., Rt. 2, Benson 27504; 894-4571 

Watkins Chapel Waynelle Davis, Rt. 1 Box 71, Middlesex 27557; 269-8855 

White Oak Mrs. Jean Thompson, Rt. 1 Box 349, Wendell 27591; 553-6920 

Wilson's Mills Mrs. Lynn Parker, Box 156, Wilson's Mills 27593; 934-5915 

Music Directors 

Antioch Marty Green, Rt. 1 Box 120, Middlesex 27557; 269-6873 

Baptist Center Earl Standley, 2400 Barbour Mill Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-6764 

Benson Mrs. Linda Stephenson, 303-A W. Main St., Benson 27504; 894-8024 

Benson Grove Celeste Byrd, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2943 

Bethany K. G. Bailey, Rt. 2 Box 347, Kenly 27542; 284-2440 

Bethesda Missionary Rupert Alford, 410 Penny St., Clayton 27520; 772-3343 

Beulah Mrs. Henrietta Ivey, Box 250, Angier 27501; 639-2809 

Blackman's Grove Mrs. Vangie Lee, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 894-3346 

Burnell Mrs. Terry Davis, Rt. 3 Box 449, Benson 27504; 894-2678 

Calvary Nancy Gay, Rt. 3, Smithfield 27577; 934-8993 

Calvary Missionary Teresa Barefoot, Eleanor St., Dunn 28334 

Carter's Chapel Teresa Pate, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-2896 

Cedar Grove Bertis Deans, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 235-2169 

Clayton, First Marshall Tyson, Box 35, Clayton 27520; 553-4161 

Clyde's Chapel Ms. Shirley Medlin, 223 Dennis Ave., Raleigh 27604; 821-3613 

Corinth Pansy Mitchell, Box 101, Wendell 27591; 365-7178 

Crest wood Percy Davis, Rt. 4, Four Oaks 27524; 934-5811 

Faith Lois Fuller, Box 548, Smithfield 27577; 934-4038 

Four Oaks Mrs. Anne Durham, Rt. 3 Box 436. Four Oaks 27524 

Hale's Chapel Larry Dupree, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597; 269-9353 

Hephzibah Linda King, Rt. 1 Box 309, Princeton 27569; 965-3909 

Hocutt Memorial Alton Wood, 1913 Hwy. 70 W., Clayton 27520; 553-6323 

Hood's Grove Mrs. Thelma Johnson, Rt. 1 Newton Grove 28366; 894-2392 

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Kenly Mrs. Jody Stutts, Rt. 1 Box 216, Kenly 27542; 284-2391 

Lee's Chapel Ms. Carla Batten, 819 Round Tree St., Wilson 243-6694 

Live Oak Mrs. Carolyn Crumpler, Rt. 2 Box 86-A, Selma 27576; 965-8454 

Micro Tim Stevens, Box 286, Middlesex 27557; 284-4207 

Newton Grove Mrs. Rometta Warren, Rt. 2, Newton Grove 28366; 594-0936 

Noble's Chapel Mrs. Peggy Wilson, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 235-4187 

North Smithfield Braxton Braswell, 32 W. Waddell St., Smithfield 27577; 934-8492 

Oliver's Grove Jimmy Jones 

Parrish Memorial Bill Braswell, Rt. 2, Princeton 27569; 965-6197 

Pauline Rev. Miles Compton, Rt. 4 Box 148, Benson 27504; 894-3238 

Pine Level Sharon Thompson, Box 564, Pine Level 27568; 965-8056 

Pisgah Susan Austin, Rt. 1 Box 374-A, Smithfield 27577; 934-3963 

Pleasant Grove Shirley Byrd, Rt. 1, Angier 27501; 894-4900 

Sardis Mrs. Larry Ingram, Linda St., Princeton 27569; 936-4241 

Selma Melba Woodruff, 101 N. Green St., Selma 27576; 965-3007 

Sharon Scott Rummage, 508-A Vermont St., Smithfield 27577; 934-5933 

Shiloh Terry Monroe, 200 November St., Garner 27529; 772-5817 

Smithfield, First Kelley Stone, Box 209, Smithfield 27577; 934-1445 

Stevens Chapel Thelbert Phillips, Rt. 2 Box 369, Smithfield 27577; 965-6573 

Thanksgiving Mrs. Jeanette Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-2588 

Trinity Mrs. Addison Tart, Rt. 6, Dunn 28334; 894-4982 

Watkin's Chapel Margaret Hinton, Rt. 1 Box 207-A, Zebulon 269-6502 

White Oak Mrs. Dara Edwards, Lake Wendell 27591; 365-4412 

Wilson's Mills Mrs. Gail Stallings, Rt. 3 Box 6 IF, Smithfield 27577; 934-6179 

List of Organists 

(or pianist if no organist) 

Antioch Mrs. Pat Renfrow, 284-3759 

Baptist Center Mrs. Earl Standley, 553-6764 

Baptist Tabernacle Mrs. Kay Nowell, 365-7304 

Benson Mrs. R. L. Smith, 894-3933 

Benson Grove Brenda Barbour, 894-5249 

Bethany Mrs. Joe Bicknell, 965-5732 

Bethesda Missionary Mrs. Yvonne Benson, 553-6681 

Beulah Karen B. Lee, 892-3592 

Blackman's Grove Mrs. Joyce Massengill, 894-2427 

Burnell Mrs. Byron Johnson, 963-3424 

Calvary Rose Cahoon, 1022 S. Pollock St., Selma 27576; 965-3208 

Calvary Missionary Teresa Barefoot, Eleanor St., Dunn 28334 

Carter's Chapel Ms. Karen Sutton, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542 

Cedar Grove Melva Deans, 235-2169 

Clayton, First Marshall Tyson, Box 35, Clayton 27520; 553-4161 

Clyde's Chapel Mrs. Zella Strickland, 365-6589 

Corinth Mrs. Sharon Eason 

Crestwood Tammy Baugus, 934-861 1 

Faith Mary Ann Adams, 965-8835 

Four Oaks Mrs. Annette Johnson, 934-5887 

Hale's Chapel Mrs. Bill Creech, 269-9482 

Hephzibah Karen Evans, 965-6187 

Hocutt Memorial Mrs. Barbara Williams, 553-7986 

Hood's Grove Mrs. Donald Parker, 894-5133 

Jonesboro Jackie Tew, 892-4945 



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Lee's Chapel Mrs. Elaine Mullen 

Live Oak Mrs. Linda Creech, 965-3396 

Micro Polly Benton, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 965-2794 

Middlesex Missionary Barbara Strickland, 235-3886 

New Life Missionary Robbie Phillips, 965-5608 

Newton Grove Thomas Williford, 594-0302 

Noble's Chapel Mrs. Evelyn Glover, 237-5314 

North Smithfield Peggy Powell, 934-5834 

Oliver's Grove Mrs. Florence Moore, 894-5547 

Parrish Memorial Jeanne Woodard, Box 225, Micro 27555; 284-2698 

Pauline Janice Gregory, 934-2453 

Pine Level Lib Radford, 965-3148 

Pisgah Tallulah Mauney, 934-7637 

Pleasant Grove Diane White, 894-3379 

Princeton Ruby Barbour, 936-9371 

Sardis Mrs. Larry Ingram, Linda St., Princeton 27569; 936-4241 

Selma Melba Woodruff, 101 N. Green St., Selma 27576; 965-3007 

Sharon Mrs. Carolyn Crocker, 965-2647 

Shiloh Mrs. Terry Monroe, 205 November St., Garner 27529; 772-5817 

Smithfield, First Thad Hardee, 934-2728 

Thanksgiving Mrs. Jeanette Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-2588 

Trinity Mrs. Cathy Barefoot 

Watkins Chapel Teresa Overman, 235-4358 

White Oak Mrs. Jean B. Moore, 553-7462 

Wilson's Mills Mrs. Linda Strickland, 934-0914 

Church Clerks 

Antioch Mrs. Edith McGraw, Rt. 1 Box 155, Middlesex 27557; 965-5796 

Baptist Center Mrs. W. E. Chappell, 3410 Barbour Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-6659 

Baptist Tabernacle Mrs. Robert Andrews, P. O. Box 331, Wendell 27591; 365-7279 

Benson Mrs. Ruth Stephenson, Rt. 1 Box 15, Benson 27504; 894-3519 

Benson Grove Frances Barbour, Rt. 3, Benson 27504; 894-3846 

Bethany Mrs. Blanche Bailey, Rt. 2 Box 347, Kenly 27542; 284-2440 

Bethesda Missionary Mrs. Betty Peele, 3221 Peele Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-5684 

Beulah Glorice Barefoot, Rt. 2 Box 137, Dunn 28334; 892-1313 

Blackman's Grove Mrs. Pam Massengill, Rt. 2 Box 320, Four Oaks 27524; 894-2584 

Burnell Mrs. Nelson Johnson, Rt. 3 Box 226, Four Oaks 27504; 963-2856 

Calvary Peggy Jones, Rt. 1 Box 354, Selma 27576; 965-3920 

Calvary Missionary Sue Gilbert, Rt. 6 Box 137, Dunn 28334; 892-6369 

Carter's Chapel Mrs. Kay Lamm, Rt. 2 Box 484, Selma 27576; 284-2576 

Cedar Grove Geraldine Dail, 124 Boswell St., Wilson 27893; 243-4239 

Clayton, First Mrs. J. W. Lee. 258 Hardee St., Clayton 27520; 553-6565 

Clyde's Chapel Brenda Brantley, 1217 Ridgehaven Dr., Wendell 27591; 266-9903 

Corinth C. R. Johnson, Rt. 1 Box 386, Zebulon 27597; 365-7938 

Crestwood Mrs. LeVec Medlin, 3220 Powhatan Rd., Clayton 27520 

Faith Kellie Medlin, Box 18, Ricks Tr. Pk., Selma 27576; 965-8313 

Four Oaks James B. Creech, Box 223, Four Oaks 27524; 963-3264 

Hale's Chapel Mrs. Vonnie Andrews, Rt. 1 Box 221, Zebulon 27597; 269-8773 

Hephzibah Elsie L. Wilkins, Box 596, Pine Level 27568; 965-5707 

Hocutt Memorial Mrs. Barbara Williams, 1014 Mulberry Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7986 

Hood's Grove Mrs. Cleo W. Hood, Rt. 2 Box 213, Benson 27504; 894-3435 

Jonesboro Judy Parker, Rt. 2 Box 553, Dunn 28334; 892-2377 



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Kenly Mildred Hales, Rt. 1 Box 38BA, Kenly 27542; 284-3246 

Lee's Chapel Mrs. Dixie Bunn, Rt. 1 Box 30, Middlesex 27557; 235-3887 

Live Oak Mrs. Bonnie Barbour, Rt. 1 Box 833, Selma 27576; 965-8110 

Micro Nina Davis, Box 81, Micro 27555; 284-4573 

Middlesex Missionary Barbara Dunbar, Box 461, Middlesex 27557; 235-3308 

New Life Missionary Mrs. Vickie Duren, 3110 Johnston Union Rd., Clayton 27520; 

553-4842 

Newton Grove Mrs. Norma Williford, Rt. 1 Box 175-A, Newton Grove 28366; 594-0433 

Noble's Chapel Mrs. Esta Bailey, Rt. 3 Box 238, Kenly 27542; 284-2644 

North Smithfield Barbara Price, Rt. 1 Box 373-A, Smithfield 27577; 934-5350 

Oliver's Grove Johnnie Stewart, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2277 

Parrish Memorial Jeanne Woodard, Box 225, Micro 27555; 284-2698 

Pauline Mrs. Josephine Wood, Rt. 1 Box 104A, Four Oaks 27524; 934-4034 

Pine Level Sylvia Hinnant, Rt. 4 Box 298, Selma 27576; 965-5253 

Pisgah Susan Austin, Rt. 1 Box 374-A, Smithfield 27577; 934-3963 

Pleasant Grove Jacequline Gregory, Rt. 1 Box 1275, Garner 27529; 772-2110 

Princeton Mrs. Jack Worley, Rt. 1 Box 83, Princeton 27569; 936-8281 

Sardis Mrs. Delma Whitley, Rt. 2 Box 160, Smithfield 27577; 934-4842 

Selma Ellen Allen, 104 N. Raeford St., Selma 27576; 965-8285 

Sharon Carolyn Tharrington, 106 Castle Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-3749 

Shiloh Mrs. Donald Byrd, Rt. 1 Box 100, Garner 27529; 772-8047 

Smithfield, First Sidney Broad well, 1203 Walnut Dr., Smithfield 27577; 934-3831 

Steven's Chapel L. Wayne Peedin, Rt. 4 Box 56, Selma 27576; 965-3803 

Thanksgiving Arnold Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-2591 

Trinity Mrs. J. Don Johnson, Rt. 2 Box 154, Benson 27504; 894-3434 

Watkin's Chapel Charles W. Creech, Rt. 1 Box 196, Zebulon 27597; 269-8877 

White Oak Ms. Ann Hogg, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591; 553-7187 

Wilson's Mills Mrs. Norman Strickland, Rt. 3 Box 96-B, Smithfield 27577; 934-7515 

Church Treasurers 

Antioch Mrs. Brenda Foscue, Rt. 1 Box 184, Middlesex 27557; 284-2773 

Baptist Center Billy Wells, 3430 Barbour Mill Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-6659 

Baptist Tabernacle Howard Driver, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591; 365-7595 

Benson Randy Stephenson, 404 W. Harnett St., Benson 27504; 894-4274 

Benson Grove Charles Parrish, Rt. 1, Angier 27501; 894-4686 

Bethany Floyd Watkins, Rt. 2, Selma 27576; 965-5332 

Bethesda Missionary Ayden Lee, Jr., 3221 Peele Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-5684 

Blackman's Grove Mrs. Carolyn Holley, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 894-5962 

Burnell Ivey Johnson, Rt. 3 Box 222, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2897 

Calvary Mr. R. T. Hinton, 907 Walnut St., Selma 27576; 965-3850 

Calvary Missionary Dorothy Jean Barefoot, Rt. 6, Dunn 28334 

Carter's Chapel Roger Sutton, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542 

Cedar Grove Henry Dail, 124 Boswell St., Wilson 27893; 243-4239 

Clayton, First James Cash, Box 417, Clayton 27520; 553-7244 

Clyde's Chapel Ms. Margaret Medlin, Rt. 1 Box 222, Wendell 27591; 365-3287 

Corinth Wyatt Eason, Rt. 3 Box 397, Wendell 27591; 365-7450 

Crestwood Allen Shrum, Godwin St., Selma 27576; 965-3329 

Faith Myrtle Ballard, Selma 27576; 965-2333 

Four Oaks Tim Grady, Box 1009. Four Oaks 27524; 963-2544 

Hale's Chapel Mrs. F. C. Vann, Rt. 1 Box 46, Zebulon 27597; 269-8567 

Hephzibah W. C. Wilkins, Box 335, Pine Level 27568; 965-2295 

Hocutt Memorial Herman Jones, 216 Cresent Dr., Clayton 27520; 553-6563 

Hood's Grove Mrs. Jarvis Blackmon, Rt. 2 Box 246, Benson 27504; 894-4185 

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Jonesboro Sue Tart, Rt. 2, Dunn 28334; 892-3812 

Kenly Mrs. Jo Kirby, Box 595, Kenly 27542; 284-3036 

Lee's Chapel Mrs. Johnnie Driver, Rt. 1 Box 35A, Middlesex 27557; 235-3745 

Live Oak Mrs. Faye Edwards, Rt. 1 Box 197, Selma 27576; 965-5243 

Micro Shirley Price, Box 42, Micro 27555; 284-4971 

Middlesex Missionary Cecil Williford, Box 265, Middlesex 27557; 235-3890 

New Life Missionary Ms. Carolyn Gotshall, Rt. 3 Box 49, Smithfield 27557; 934-6544 

Newton Grove Howard Denning, Rt. 2, Newton Grove 28366; 594-0224 

Noble's Chapel Mrs. Jean Fulghum, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 237-6334 

North Smithfield Edith Deece, 11 W. Edgerton St., Smithfield 27577; 934-4373 

Oliver's Grove Tom Price, Rt. 3, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2620 

Parrish Memorial Susan Parrish, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 284-5362 

Pauline Mrs. Ruth Wood, Rt. 1 Box 335, Four Oaks 27524; 934-0320 

Pine Level Brenda Peedin, Rt. 3 Box 601, Selma 27576; 965-9722 

Pisgah Carolyn Powell, Rt. 1 Box 118, Smithfield 27577; 934-3437 

Pleasant Grove Jackie Miller, Rt. 1, Willow Spring 27592; 639-4972 

Princeton Clitus Hinton, Rt. 3 Box 236, Princeton 27569; 936-1111 

Sardis Mrs. Linda Massey, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577; 934-6796 

Selma Hubert Allen, 104 N. Raeford St., Selma 27576; 965-8285 

Sharon M. B. McLeod, 204 McCullers St., Smithfield 27577; 934-4452 

Shiloh Donald Byrd, Rt. 1 Box 100, Garner 27529; 772-8047 

Smithfield, First G. A. Allen, 401 S. 2nd St., Smithfield 27577; 934-2541 

Steven's Chapel Sherrill Thompson, Rt. 2 Box 356-H, Smithfield 27577; 965-3554 

Thanksgiving Katie Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-5089 

Trinity Mrs. Larry Stevens, Box 561, Benson 27504; 894-2151 

Watkin's Chapel Phil Parrish, Box 211, Wendell 27591; 365-7541 

White Oak Mrs. Mary Lou Price, 3541 Buff aloe Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7831 

Wilson's Mills C. B. Wood, 502 Powell St., Smithfield 27577; 934-2066 

Chairmen of Deacons 

Antioch Johnny Narron, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-3571 

Baptist Center Lawrence Canady, Box 305, Clayton 27520; 553-6467 

Baptist Tabernacle Gary Hocutt, Rt. 2, Zebulon 27597 

Benson Jerry Adams, Rt. 1 Box 358, Benson 27504; 894-3625 

Benson Grove Paul Revels, Rt. 1, Angier 27501; 894-4983 

Bethany P. H. Daughtry, Rt. 2, Kenly 27542; 284-2268 

Bethesda Missionary John Clary, 1103 Crescent Dr., Smithfield 27577 

Beulah Randy Ivey, Box 250, Angier 27501; 639-2809 

Blackman's Grove James W. Lee, Rt. 2, Four Oaks 27524; 894-3685 

Burnell Bobby Johnson, Rt. 4 Box 59, Benson 27504; 894-2876 

Calvary R. T. Hinton, 907 W. Walnut St., Selma 27576; 965-3850 

Calvary Missionary CD. Denning, Rt. 6, Dunn 28334 

Carter's Chapel Wally Holston, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 

Cedar Grove Bertis Deans, Rt. 2, Wilson 27893; 235-2169 

Clyde's Chapel Marion Johnson, Rt. 1 Box 374-B, Wendell 27591; 365-7994 

Crestwood Percy Davis, Rt. 4, Four Oaks 27524; 934-5811 

Faith David Howell, Rt. 2, Selma 27576; 965-2615 

Four Oaks R. E. Moore, Box 164, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2483 

Hale's Chapel Larry Dupree, Rt. 1, Zebulon 27597; 269-9353 

Hephzibah W. C. Wilkins, Box 335, Pine Level 27568; 965-2295 

Hocutt Memorial John H. Lee, 305 Wren St., Clayton 27520; 553-5961 

Hood's Grove Lee Hayes, 311 S. George St., Benson 27504; 894-5469 

Jonesboro Garrett Webb, Rt. 3, Dunn 28334; 892-7752 

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Kenly Thurman R. Batten, Rt. 4 Box 276, Selma 27576; 284-2329 

Lee's Chapel Jimmie Denton, Box 256, Middlesex 27557; 235-3430 

Live Oak Vernon Sullivan, 611 West Anderson St., Selma 27576; 965-5358 

Micro Lloyd Batten, Jr., Rt. 2 Box 204, Selma 27576; 965-5173 

Middlesex Missionary John Brantley, Box 515, Middlesex 27557; 235-4609 

New Life Missionary Walter Jones, 209 Stancil St., Smithfield 27577; 934-6696 

Newton Grove Thomas Williford, Box 128, Newton Grove 28366; 594-0302 

Noble's Chapel Dr. Robert D. Richards, Rt. 1, Sims 27880; 232-2078 

North Smithfield Edwin Price, Rt. 1 Box 373-A, Smithfield 27577; 934-5350 

Oliver's Grove Jimmy Jones 

Parrish Memorial Bill Braswell, Rt. 2, Princeton 27569; 965-6197 

Pauline Joseph Gregory, Rt. 3 Box 63A, Four Oaks 27524; 934-2453 

Pine Level Clyde Creech, P. O. Box 218, Pine Level 27568; 965-2280 

Pisgah M. P. Braswell, 419 Wellons St., Smithfield 27577; 934-7238 

Pleasant Grove George Carroll, Rt. 1 Box 6055, Willow Spring 27592 

Princeton Raeford Woodall, Rt. 3 Box 99, Princeton 27569; 936-2391 

Sardis W. L. Strickland, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577; 934-4733 

Selma Michael Gibson, 1002 Dixie Dr., Selma 27576; 965-5452 

Sharon M. B. McLeod, 204 McCullers St., Smithfield 27577; 934-4452 

Shiloh Gene Coats, Hwy. 42, Garner 27529; 772-3653 

Steven's Chapel Norwood Hatcher, Box 211, Princeton 27569; 936-2181 

Thanksgiving Jimmie Gordon, Rt. 3 Box 322, Smithfield 27577; 934-3427 

Trinity Luther D. Johnson, Rt. 2, Benson 27504; 894-5577 

Watkin's Chapel Odell Creech, Rt. 1 Box 243, Zebulon 27597; 269-9644 

White Oak Jake Barnes, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591; 553-7709 

Wilson's Mills Chris Parker, Box 156, Wilson's Mills 27593; 934-5915 

Media Library Directors 

Antioch Mrs. Erdene Narrow, Rt. 1 Box 150, Middlesex 27557; 965-3530 

Baptist Center Mrs. Robert Brooks, 3931 Ranch Rd., Clayton 27520; 553-7302 

Baptist Tabernacle Mrs. Pam Ide, 1121 Heritage Dr., Wendell 27591; 365-9649 

Benson Annie Ruth Turlington, 102 Pine St., Benson 27504; 894-3270 

Bethesda Missionary Mrs. Majorie Puckett, 224 Juniper St., Clayton 27520; 553-5684 

Carter's Chapel Mrs. Myrtle Price, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 

Crestwood Mrs. Gail Pearce, Rt. 3, Selma 27576; 284-3414 

Faith Diane Blackman, 601 Walnut St., Selma 27576; 965-9680 

Four Oaks Mrs. Oleta Moore, Box 164, Four Oaks 27524; 963-2483 

Hephzibah Linda King, Rt. 1 Box 309, Princeton 27569; 965-3909 

Hocutt Memorial Margaret Seagroves, 412 N. O'Neil St., Clayton 27520; 553-7986 

Lee's Chapel Florence Creech, Rt. 1 Box 37, Middlesex 27557; 269-8405 

Live Oak Ruby Dunn, Rt. 1 Box 269, Selma 27576; 965-3109 

Pine Level Ruth Jones, Box 146, Pine Level 27568; 965-3220 

Pisgah Mrs. Irene Whitley, Rt. 3 Box 102, Smithfield 27577; 934-4402 

Princeton Mrs. Russell Gurley, Rt. 2, Pikeville 28763; 735-1677 

Sardis Mrs. John Massey, Rt. 2, Smithfield 27577; 934-6796 

Selma Sue Wood, 501 Cherry St., Selma 27576; 965-9228 

Shiloh Mrs. Gene Coats, Hwy. 42, Garner 27529; 772-3653 

Smithfield, First Lois M. Overby, 61 1 S. 4th St., Smithfield 27577; 934-2495 

Thanksgiving Mrs. Arnold Price, Rt. 1, Selma 27576; 965-2591 

Trinity Mrs. Carl D. Peacock, Rt. 2, Benson 27504: 894-4693 

Watkin's Chapel Betty Lewis, Rt. 1 Box 110, Middlesex 27557; 269-8829 

White Oak Mrs. Dawn Dillard, 2101 Woodstone Dr., Clayton 27520; 553-3331 



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Ordained Ministers Other Than Pastors 



Bethany Charles Carroll, Clayton 27520 

Carter's Chapel Willard Brown, Rt. 2, Selma 27576 

Clayton, First W. W. Turner, Box 315, Clayton 27520 

Four Oaks R. E. Moore, Box 164, Four Oaks 27524 

Live Oak Lesley Allen, Smithf ield 27577 

North Smithfield 15 Eden Dr., Smithfield 27577 

Pisgah J. H. Mauney, 402 E. Holt St., Smithfield 27577 

Joe Puckett, 513 Lee St., Smithfield 27577 

Selma Dr. Horace Ricks, 305 N. Green St., Selma 27576 

Sharon Robert Barefoot, 104 S. Rogers St., Smithfield 27577 

Smithfield, First Norman Arant, 208 Cloverdale Dr., Smithfield 27577 

Joseph T. Nail, Box 179, Smithfield 27577 

Watkin's Chapel Eldridge Narron, Rt. 1, Middlesex 27557 

White Oak W. E. Pritchard, 2100 Mission Farm Rd., Clayton 27520 

Thomas Woodell, 2100 Mission Farm Rd., Clayton 27520 

Ministers Licensed During the Year 

Baptist Tabernacle Steven Batten, Rt. 1, Wendell 27591 

White Oak John Galliher, Clayton 27520 

Ministers Ordained During the Year 

Selma Michael W. Osment, Rt. 4, Raeford 28376 

Trinity Robert Cooke, Rt. 2, Benson 27504 



Annual Session Agenda 

Johnston Baptist Association 

LIVE OAK BAPTIST CHURCH 
October 21, 1985 

Theme: "Love: Ministering in grace and sacrifice" Mark 12:28-34 



7:30 Call to Order Tim Stevens 

Hymn of Praise Marshall Tyson 

Welcome & Announcements Live Oak 

Adoption of the Order of Business Fred Smith 

7:40 Theme Interpretation Jeff Clark 

Prayer Robert Cooke 

7:50 Director of Missions Report Horace Ricks 

8:05 Church Ministry Presentation Live Oak 

8: 15 Convention General Board Report Ben Parker 

Hymn of Dedication Marshall Tyson 

8:25 Miscellaneous Business 

8:40 Recognitions: Visitors, New Pastors Moderator 

Special Music Live Oak 

8:50 Annual Sermon Mark White 

9: 1 5 Benediction Felex Futrell 



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TUESDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 22, 1985 
BENSON BAPTIST CHURCH 



3 :45 Call to Order Tim Stevens 

Hymn of Praise Marshall Tyson 

Welcome & Announcements Don Price 

Theme Interpretation Jeff Clark 

Prayer C. W. Driver 

4:00 Theological Lecture Dr. Thomas A. Bland 

Hymn of Missions Marshall Tyson 

4:30 Christian Higher Education Henry B. Stokes 

4:45 Baptist Assemblies in N. C Ricky Holbrook 

5:00 Resolution Committee Report 

Church Ministry Presentation Benson 

5:15 Budget 8c Finance Report James Ellerbe 

Time, Place & Preacher Report Don Price 

Committee on Committees Report Clitus Hinton 

Committee on Nominations Report Louise Wall 

5:35 Recognitions of Visitors, former Moderators and former Director of Missions 
Special Music 

5:45 Moderator's Message Tim Stevens 

Announcements Don Price 

Prayer & Blessing Don Price 

6:10 Supper 

TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 22, 1985 
BENSON BAPTIST CHURCH 

7:30 Call to Order Tim Stevens 

Hymn of Praise Marshall Tyson 

7:35 WMU MISSIONS PRESENTATION 

8:00 Theme Interpretation Jeff Clark 

Prayer Bill Crouch 

8:10 Church Ministry Report Newton Grove 

8:20 Memorials Committee Report Mrs. Maurice Grissom 

Hymn of Stewardship Marshall Tyson 

8:30 Miscellaneous Business 

Recognition of New Officers 
8:40 Moderator's Appointments 

Special Music Benson 

8:45 Message Dr. John Lewis 

9:15 Benediction New Moderator 



Proceedings 

First Day 

1. The 83rd Annual Session of the Johnston Baptist Association was called to order by 
Moderator, Tim Stevens, at 7:30 p.m., October 21, 1985, at the Live Oak Baptist Church. Mar- 
shall Tyson led the congregation in singing, "To God Be The Glory." 

2. Host pastor, Marshall Fagg, gave the welcome and made announcements concerning 
facilities and refreshments. 

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3. Fred Smith called attention to the printed Order of Business and moved that it be adopt- 
ed. The motion was seconded and approved. 

4. Jeff Clark spoke, interpreting the theme: "Love: Ministering in Grace and Sacrifice," 
(Mark 12:28-34). The first message dealt with God's love being the greatest love and how we 
should not only hear his Word but we must be doers. 

5. Robert Cooke led in prayer. 

6. Horace Ricks presented his report as Director of Missions and emphasized that we had a 
real good year; giving some of the accomplishments. He also spoke of some of the future goals. 
Kelton Hinton spoke a few words on his work and accomplishments in the Migrant Ministry. 

7. Marshall Fagg gave a Church Ministry Report for Live Oak Church, citing church 
growth, ongoing programs and newly added assets to the church. 

8. Ben Parker reported on the Baptist State Convention's General Board, emphasizing 
some of the financial growth in the different programs and the $10 million fund which is 
being started to aid in new church work. 

9. Marshall Tyson led the congregation in singing the hymn, "Footsteps of Jesus." 

10. Registration was accomplished by completion of registration forms which were collected 
by the ushers. 

11. New pastors were recognized from Steven's Chapel, First Baptist of Smithfield, Burnell, 
Middlesex, Trinity and Live Oak. Cleo Perry of Meredith College was recognized as a visitor. 

12. Live Oak Church Choir sang, "God is Depending on You." Vern Sullivan sang a solo, 
"Beulah Land." 

13. Mark White, pastor of Pleasant Grove Church preached the Annual Sermon with scrip- 
ture being taken from Acts 1: 1-9. The central truth being that we preach Christ and him 
crucified, showing forth his great love. He pointed out that we must deepen our concern for 
others and must dedicate our resources to the Lord's work. 

14. The closing prayer was led by Felix Futrell. 

Second Day 

15. The second day of the 83rd session of the Johnston Baptist Association convened at the 
Benson Baptist Church at 3:45 p.m., October 22, 1985, with Tim Stevens, moderator presiding. 

16. Marshall Tyson led the congregational singing of, "Great is Thy Faithfulness." 

17. Don Price welcomed messengers and visitors and explained facilities and the meal to be 
served following the afternoon meeting. 

18. Jeff Clark continued his series on the theme interpretation. He spoke on the characteris- 
tics of God's Love and of human love; indicating that man's love is conditional and that God's 
Love is unconditional. 

19. C. W. Driver led in prayer. 

20. Fred Smith introduced Dr. Thomas A. Bland who gave the Theological Lecture. His 
scripture reading came from Psalms 8. He spoke on "What is Man," pointing out that we are 
creatures created in the image of God; a little less than God; that we are sinners; that we are 
free and that we are responsible. He indicated that God would have us to become more than we 
are; seeing every person as one who needs God's Love. 

21. Marshall Tyson led in singing the hymn, "Rescue the Perishing." 

22. Henry B. Stokes gave a report on Christian Higher Education; giving information about 
our seven colleges. 

23. Ricky Holbrook of Fort Caswell reported on Baptist Assemblies in N. C; telling of the 
recent growth and needs. 

24. Raymond Moore read a Resolution of Thanks and Appreciation which was approved. 
Tim Stevens read into the minutes a resolution in recognition of the late John Ryberg. A 
motion to dedicate the minutes of the 83rd session of the Johnston Baptist Association in 
memory of the late John Ryberg was seconded and approved. 



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RYBERG RESOLUTION 



In recognition of John L. Ryberg, minister of the First Baptist Church of Smithfield, 
North Carolina for more than 24 years, and in recognition of valuable service rendered to the 
Johnston Baptist Association, the North Carolina and the Southern Baptist Conventions, the 
General Board of the Johnston Baptist Association adopts the following resolution: 

Whereas, the longevity of his ministry provided a constant and abiding source of inspiration; 

Whereas, his firm conviction that all persons are created by God, he openly affirmed the 
rights and privileges of all peoples, especially during the time of the Civil Rights movement, 
serving as the chairman of the Smithfield Good Neighbor Council; 

Whereas, he utilized his abilities for leadership in the ongoing ministry of the Southern 
Baptist Convention; 

Whereas, his positive and challenging influence in the lives of young people across our 
association as he gave of his time and wise counsel; 

Whereas, he proved himself through his ministry as a caring shepherd — not only for his 
own congregation, but for others as well; 

And whereas (in his own words) his stated purpose in ministry was "to find the lost, to heal 
the broken, to feed the hungry, to release the prisoner, to enlarge the Spirit of unselfish good 
will, to bring peace among brothers, and to make music in the soul," it marked his ministry 
as "intellectually respectable, socially responsible, and spiritually redemptive;" 

Therefore be it resolved, that the Johnston Baptist Association General Board in session, 
March 28, 1985, express its deepest appreciation for the life, ministry, and influence of John 
L. Ryberg. 

Be it further resolved, that gratitude be expressed to the First Baptist Church of Smithfield 
for being so willing to share their minister for participation in many and varied areas of the 
total Baptist life. 

Be it further resolved, that we express our deepest gratitude for his unyielding stance for the 
freedom of the press and the integrity of personhood. 

Be it further resolved, that copies of this resolution be included in the 1985 annual of the 
Johnston Baptist Association, and that copies be sent to the Deacons of the First Baptist 
Church, Smithfield, the Smithfield Herald, and the Biblical Recorder. 

And finally, be it resolved, that the 1985 Annual of the Johnston Baptist Association be 
dedicated to John L. Ryberg. 

25. Leonard Gerrell of the Baptist Children's Homes presented a book entitled "One 
Hundred Years of Caring" to the Association. 

26. Don Price gave a church ministry presentation for the Benson Church, pointing out the 
different ministries of the church. 

27. H. J. Beeker presented the Budget and Finance Report and moved the adoption of the 
printed budget. The motion was seconded and adopted. 

28. Don Price read the Time, Place and Preacher Report and moved its adoption. The 
motion was seconded and adopted. 

29. Clitus Hinton presented the Committee on Committees Report and moved its adoption. 
The motion was seconded and adopted. 

30. Darrell Smith presented nominations for the general officer and moved that they be 
elected. With no further nominations, each officer was elected. 

31. Vice Moderator Clitus Hinton recognized Former Moderator Horace Ricks and former 
Director of Missions R. E. Moore. Marshall Tyson rendered a special with the musical bells. 

32. Tim Stevens, moderator, used scripture from the 4th chapter of Ephesians for his 
message. He spoke of how God works through ordinary people who are committed. He empha- 
sized unity of spirit, our love for one another and the need to share God's Love with the lost 
world. 

33. Don Price made announcements and led in prayer before the evening meal. 



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34. Evening meal and fellowship. 

35. At 7:30 p.m. Moderator Stevens called the meeting to order and Marshall Tyson led the 
congregation in singing, "We've a Story to Tell." 

36. Jean Hinton gave the WMU Report with the help of her son, Kelton Hinton, who 
further told of Migrant Mission Work in which he was involved during the summer months. 
Several other workers in the Migrant Mission Work told of their experiences. We were favored 
with a song by a Spanish speaking couple. Eugene Warrick told of the need for mission volun- 
teers in the U. S. The WMU displayed and presented to the Association 48 flags of countries in 
which we have missionaries. The flags were made by members of the WMU and are to be used 
in any way the Association sees fit. 

37. Jeff Clark continued his theme interpretation relating how love ministers through 
sacrifice. He also emphasized that we are to follow the example of Christ. 

38. Bill Crouch led in prayer. 

39. Madry Bass presented the Church Ministry Report for the Newton Grove Church. He 
told of the beginning of the church and of how much the church has been blessed in its 
growth. 

40. Mrs. Lois Overby distributed a list of church members who died during the year, Oui 
Beloved Dead in Christ, read John 14:2-3, and further while heads were bowed she read: 

The hymn writer says to us: 
Thy saints are crowned with glory great; 
They see God face to face; 
They triumph still, they still rejoice; 
Most happy in their case. 

41. Marshall Tyson led the congregation in singing, "Lead On, O King Eternal." 

42. David Adams read a resolution concerning the faithful service of Retired Minister and 
past Director of Missions, Rev. J. H. Mauney who is presently experiencing declining health. 
A motion was made, seconded and passed that the clerk write a letter to Mr. Mauney expressing 
our love and concern. 

RESOLUTION 

Be it therefore resolved, that this 83rd session of the Johnston Baptist Association send a 
letter of our prayer, love, and support to the Reverend J. H. Mauney, retired minister and 
past director of missions of this association (1949-1953). At which time the Johnston Baptist 
Mission was born, (Mother church - Smithfield, First). Presently the North Smithfield Baptist 
Church. 

Be it therefore resolved, that we call, visit, and pray daily for him. 

Be it therefore resolved, that we support in Christian love Rev. Mauney and his family in 
any way we can during this time of his illness. 

Be it therefore resolved, that we thank God for this great man of God; who has given himself 
to serving God and his fellowman. 

David Adams 

43. Registration was accomplished by completion of registration forms. 

44. Moderator Tim Stevens recognized the new officers of the Association. The new Modera- 
tor, Clitus Hinton, made the Moderator's appointments. 

45. The Benson Church Choir sang, "Lord Search My Heart." 

46. Fred Smith introduced Dr. John Lewis who brought the evening message. Dr. Lewis in 
his message spoke on: "Pattern for Discipleship" with his scripture being taken from the 1st 
chapter of Philippians. The main points of his message were "Personal Relationship," 
"Necessity of Growth," and "Life must bring forth fruits of righteousness." 

47. After words of appreciation, the 83rd session of the Johnston Baptist Association closed 
with prayer led by the new Moderator, Clitus Hinton, and the congregational singing of 
"Bless Be the Tie." 

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Report of the General Board 



The General Board of the Johnston Baptist Association met four times during the year of 
1984-85: January 3, 1985, March 28, 1985, June 27, 1985, and September 26, 1985. 
Moderator Tim Stevens presided over all four meetings. 

There were reports, promoting plans and announcements. This report is a summary of the 
actions taken. 

At the January meeting Kenneth Thornton was added to the Committee of Ordination. 
James Ellerbe, Chairman, and Paul Rose were elected to serve on the Budget and Finance 
Committee after having been nominated by the Nominating Committee. The General Board 
approved a recommendation of the Nominating Committee that there be an Assistant Director 
of each department to be nominated by the Nominating Committee each year. 

At the March meeting the General Board approved a Resolution reference the faithful ser- 
vices of the late John Ryberg. 

Department directors and assistant directors were nominated and elected as follows: 

Tom Asbury, Director of Sunday School 

Darrell Smith, Assistant Director of Sunday School 

Maurice W. Grissom, Director of Church Training 

Jeffrey Clark, Assistant Director of Church Training 

Marshall Tyson, Director of Music 

Kelly Stone, Assistant Director of Music 

S. Keith Vaughn, Director of Youth Ministry 

Sharron Gunter, Assistant Director of Youth Ministry 

Donald M. Price, Director of Evangelism 

Ted Turner, Assistant Director of Evangelism 

Tom Herndon, Director of Brotherhood 

Mark White, Assistant Director of Brotherhood 

Chris Aker, Director of Library Services 

Mary Brown, Assistant Director of Library Services 
At the June meeting the proposed budget was considered and approved to be presented to the 
Annual Meeting. 

At the September meeting, the agenda for the Annual Session was brought to the General 
Board. No major business was transacted at this meeting. 

Lloyd Batten, Jr., Clerk 

Migrant Ministry Report 

As coordinator for the migrant ministry in this Association, I have been both appalled and 
exhilarated by what I have seen. In the forty camps that we have ministered in — mostly bet- 
ween Benson and Newton Grove, we have seen and experienced many incredible things. The 
needs have been appalling — for clothing, shelter, sanitation and education, but most of all, a 
desperate need for Christ and His saving grace. The response from our churches in the face of 
these needs has been no less than exhilarating! 

Twenty-eight churches in our Association, as well as nineteen outside the Association, have 
worked together to carry the message of Christ to everyone. The South Johnston area was 
targeted for the work as clothing, Bibles, health kits and Backyard Bible Club materials were 
made ready to be used in the ministry. Over the course of the summer, twenty-four churches 
led in worship services in seven camps, fourteen supplied clothing (approximately 3,000 pieces), 
fifteen supplied health kits (eventually over 900 distributed), twelve churches supplied Bibles 
and scripture portions (over 1,500 scriptures distributed) ten churches helped with funding, 
six were involved in Backyard Bible Clubs, and others helped with infant kits, first-aid kits, 
children's books and toys, food, recreation equipment and English classes. 



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The response from our churches has been very exciting. This summer we have ministered to 
roughly half of the migrants in our county, but, the biggest unmet needs are still for worship 
services, Backyard Bible Clubs, and English classes. Next season, 1986, we hope to expand the 
work to include another fourth of the migrant population and to be better prepared to meet 
their needs. Our churches must make a greater commitment to meet the needs of this diverse 
group. We all need to plan in a greater way our own individual response to those in need, until 
that day when Matthew 25: 31-46 comes to pass. 

Kelton Hinton, 
Migrant Ministry Coordinator 

Time, Place, Preacher Report 

Your committee respectfully submits the following report: The 1986 associational meeting 
will be held on Monday, October 20, 1986 and Tuesday, October 21, 1986 as set in the Associa- 
tion's constitution and bylaws. 

Your committee has received invitations from the following: Monday session, Jonesboro 
Baptist Church, Rt. 2, Dunn, and Tuesday session, Pisgah Baptist Church, Rt. 1, Smithfield, 
N.C. 

We suggest that the following be named as preacher for the annual sermon: Rev. Leon 
Tart, pastor of Jonesboro Baptist Church and Rev. Harry Edwards, pastor of Noble's Chapel 
be named the alternate preacher. 

Don Price, Chairman 

Director of Missions Report 

This has been an exciting year in the churches of the Johnston Baptist Association. We have 
seen churches add new units to their organizations. Buildings have been renovated or re- 
furbished, or added to. Many of our churches are engaged in some form of ministries in the 
communities. 

The Good News America: God Loves You Revivals are definitely in our sights for March 9- 
16, 1986. Planning, enlisting churches, and coordinating the plans have required much effort 
and concentration. Two orientation sessions have been provided in the association and several 
meetings of the Steering Committee were held. 

Sunday School growth is a vital issue among Southern Baptists. On September 29, 1985 we 
concluded the effort to reach an enrollment of 8,500,000 in Sunday School by the end of Sep- 
tember, 1985. The next great emphasis in Sunday School is Challenge 10/90. This emphasis is 
an effort to reach an enrollment of ten million by 1990. All of our members are urged to plan, 
organize and promote to increase attendance during the next five years. 

Congratulations are in order. The churches are continuing to increase their percentage of 
giving to missions through the Cooperative Program. It is the unified budget of the State Con- 
ventions and of the Southern Baptist Convention. It is the daily lifeline for conducting the 
ministries of the Conventions which are just cooperative extensions of the churches. As our 
vision for missions is extended, we can be certain that Cooperative Program giving will become 
larger each year. 

The three special missions offerings and the World Hunger Offering continue to grow. 
Church leaders are doing a better job of educating the people about Southern Baptist Missions. 
I want to comment on two of the offerings — the North Carolina Missions Offering and the 
World Hunger Offering. We have seen Johnston Baptists respond with large offerings to 
World Hunger. I think the records will show that in 1985, we gave well to the North Carolina 
Missions Offering. 

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Mr. Kelton Hinton has worked with the Association this year to coordinate our ministry to 
migrant farm workers. This has been an outstanding year in this ministry. We adopted a dif- 
ferent style of ministry. It has worked well. The work has focused upon the South Johnston 
area because that is where most of the migrants of our area are concentrated. Our special 
thanks go to the many churches for what they have done to assist with the work. Thanks to Mr. 
Maddrey Bass for giving us the use of a building without charge. Our thanks to the Baptist 
State Convention, without whose help the ministry wouldn't have been done. Already our 
plans are to expand into West Johnston in 1986. Hopefully, we will have two workers to coor- 
dinate the work and the response of the individuals and churches. 

Stewardship growth is always a need in the churches. More churches are beginning to do 
more things to generate growth. The Great Challenge Program is an excellent plan for 
missions and stewardship growth. Ask your Director of Missions about this program. Other 
programs are also available. 

The relatively small number of baptisms in ratio to the number of churches should be a big 
concern of all of us. With 52 churches baptizing about 230 people a year, we have cause for 
concern. Please be reminded that the number of people we baptize is closely related to the way 
we conduct our Sunday Schools. People need Christ, salvation, Bible study opportunities and 
Christian nurture in a warm-hearted, loving church family. Let's attempt under God to meet 
those needs through our churches. 

Horace Ricks, Director of Missions 

The Biblical Recorder 

This past year has been one of the very best for the people who comprise the Baptist State 
Convention of North Carolina, and because the Biblical Recorder is a member of that family 
of God, it has enjoyed a good year also, perhaps the best in its history. 

Readership appears to be very high. Comments, letters and other communications with the 
paper indicate Baptists read the paper and depend upon it for correct and vital information 
about the work we do together. That was the purpose of the paper when it was founded in 1833 
and it remains unchanged today. 

Tar Heel Baptists face a great challenge and responsibility as we struggle to meet the oppor- 
tunities before us in our growing and developing state. Fewer persons are members of churches 
in our state now than are not members... of any kind of church. Our evangelism burden to win 
the lost and our ministry obligations to all people, are at the maximum now in all our history. 

The Recorder gladly and gratefully assumes its role in this Great Commission. More than 
ever before, the paper will seek to inform, indoctrinate, enlist, inspire and provide a forum for 
Baptist thought and action as we work together to achieve God's purpose for us. 

Subscription rates will not be raised for the fourth consecutive year in 1986, despite a sub- 
stantial increase in the cost of second-class postage anticipated in October, 1985. Maximum 
stewardship of the paper's resources has been utilized to provide the paper at minimum cost so 
that more families can have the paper in their home. The rates for 1986 are the same as 1985: 
Individual, $7.00; Club (four or more), $6.00; Every Family Plan, $5.00. Our rates are equal 
to or less than all other major state Baptist papers such as the Biblical Recorder. 

All is not well in the larger family of Baptists as our national convention continues to 
struggle for its direction and identity. Every Baptist needs to be well-informed with accurate 
facts and assessments so that he or she can come to the right position under God as a disciple of 
Jesus Christ. We must not let the conflict in the SBC deter us from the work and ministry we 
have here in our own state. 

Let us pray together for the advancement of Christ's Kingdom as never before. Please pray 
for the paper, its ministry, staff and contribution to the Lord's work. If the paper can help 
you, your church or your association, please call 919-847-2127. 

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North Carolina Baptist Colleges 



There are seven (7) Baptist colleges: 

Gardner- Webb College, Boiling Springs, N.C. f ounded by the Sandy Run and Kings Moun- 
tain Associations as Boiling Springs High School in 1905 and became a Junior College in 1928. 
In 1971 it became a Senior College. Dr. Craven E. Williams is president. The enrollment for 
1983-84 was 1,647. 

Wingate College, Wingate, N.C. begun as Wingate School by the Union Baptist Association 
in 1896. Became a Junior College in 1923 and a Senior College in 1977. Dr. Paul R. Corts is 
president with the enrollment for 1983-84 being 1,455. 

Campbell University, Buies Creek, N.C. o pened as Buies Creek Academy in 1887 and the 
name was changed to Campbell College in 1926, as a Junior College in 1961 and as a Senior 
College in 1976. A School of Law was added and became a university in 1979. Dr. Norman A. 
Wiggins is president and the enrollment for 1983-84 was 3,214. 

Meredith College, Raleigh, N.C. named in honor of a North Carolina Baptist pioneer, 
Thomas Meredith. Founded in 1891 as Baptist Female University of Raleigh. In 1905 it 
changed to Baptist University for Women. In 1911 the present name was approved by the 
legislative enactment. Dr. John E. Weems is president with the enrollment for 1983-84 of 
1,480. 

Mars Hill College, Mars Hill, N.C . known first as French Board Baptist Institute in 1856, 
changed to Mars Hill College in 1859 and in 1922 to Mars Hill Junior College. Senior College 
program added in 1962 but again official to Mars Hill College. President, Dr. Fred B. Bentley 
and the enrollment for 1983-84 was 1,462. 

Chowan College, Murfreesboro, N.C . became Chowan Female Institute in 1848, Chowan 
Female Collegiate Institute in 1868, Chowan Baptist Female Institute, 1910 as Chowan 
College. Chowan is North Carolina Baptists only two-year educational institution. Dr. Bruce 
E. Whitaker is president with enrollment in 1983-84 of 894. 

Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, N.C . begun by the Baptist State Convention in 
1834, first known as Wake Forest Institute located at Wake Forest. In 1938 it became Wake 
Forest College. It was moved in 1956 to Winston-Salem. Masters and doctoral degree programs, 
Law School, Bowman-Gray School of Medicine and undergraduate College combine to form 
the university. In 1967 it became Wake Forest University instead of college. Dr. Thomas K. 
Hern, Jr., is president with the enrollment in 1983-84 of 4,809. 

The Council of Christian Higher Education was organized in 1944. This council, which 
promotes understanding between the colleges and churches. We have a message from one of 
our council members, T. Robert Mullinax, Executive Secretary: 

Baptists and their colleges have been doing Christian education together for a long, long 
time. Look at those dates listed with each college above. When they are totaled, the cumulative 
number of service years for our seven colleges is 779 ! North Carolina Baptists have grown up 
with their colleges, so much so that it is difficult to imagine our total mission program without 
them. 

If you should ask our college leaders what is uppermost on their minds these days, you would 
get an answer such as this: "Christian education. Baptist students and Cooperative Program 
support." A sentence or two about each of these will complete this report. 

CHRISTIAN EDUCATION: There are large and important differences that belong to 
Baptist Colleges. They are smaller, friendlier campuses where Christian community is present 
and encouraged and where education and the Christian faith are compatible. 

BAPTIST STUDENTS: Young people from our churches are encouraged to apply to Bap- 
tist colleges. Pastors and parents help students when they guide them to Baptist schools. 
Generous student aid and work study programs make it possible for any qualified student to at- 
tend a Baptist college. 



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COOPERATIVE PROGRAM: Your North Carolina Baptist colleges say "Thank you" for 
the generous dollar support through the Cooperative Program. Baptist dollars buy quality 
Christian education and make healthy institutions possible. 

For information write or call: Council on Christian Higher Education, P. O. Box 26508, 
Raleigh, N.C. 27611 (919) 467-5100. 

Grace Smith, Representative 

North Carolina Baptist Foundation Report 

Whether we look at our objections in life as individual Christians or collectively, as a 
church, an association or convention, we should be interested, above all other life's objectives, 
in presenting the message of Christ to those who need to know and accept Him as Lord and 
Savior. One of the exciting aspects of being a Christian is to feel the joy that comes in serving 
Him now as well as having influence on others in the future. 

Some of the future influence we have as Christians is reflected in our daily commitment of 
service now. This can be accomplished first through our personal witness to those who will live 
beyond our lifespan and, secondly, through use of our resources. An increasing number of 
North Carolina Baptists are experiencing the excitement that comes with knowing that a por- 
tion of their resources will be set aside in trusts to further the spread of the Gospel, in per- 
petuity. The Baptist Foundation provides the services that make this possible. 

During the past fiscal year (1984), 81 new trusts were established with the North Carolina 
Baptist Foundation to serve as trustee. These gifts totalled $265,029.34. Additions and con- 
tributions to new and existing trusts totalled $741,153 for the year. When maturity value of 
bonds in the invested portfolio are considered along with market value for real estate held in 
trust, the assets of the Foundation at the end of 1984 totalled $10,930,279. Real estate holdings 
have an estimated value of $4,478 million dollars. Income distributed to Baptist institutions 
and agencies, and to individuals receiving annuity payments totalled $471,563 during 1984. 

Investing of Foundation assets is carried out under the direction of the Board of Directors 
elected by the State Convention. Day to day management is given to the investments by two 
fiscal agents selected by the Board. Investment philosophy now used calls for maximum 
return with some internal growth. Throughout the 65 year history of the Baptist Foundation, 
its Directors have taken seriously their fiduciary responsibilities as related to the trusts held as 
well as to the Convention. 

Support of new church growth through trusts will receive increasing attention by the Con- 
vention in the immediate future. A variety of methods are available to North Carolina Baptists 
through their Baptist Foundation. Information concerning these and other services of the 
Foundation are available by contacting the Foundation office at P. O. Box 26508, Raleigh, N. 
C. 27611. 

You may also call R. E. Moore, 963-2483, or the associational office, 965-9450. New chur- 
ches are advised to make adequate provisions for the protection of the pastor and his family 
now and for his retirement later. Similar provisions should be made for other church staff 
members. 

R. E. Moore, Representative 

Baptist Children's Homes' Report 

The mission of the Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina, Inc., is to care for depen- 
dent, neglected and homeless children; emotionally disturbed children; unwed mothers and 
their children; and the rendering of related services to their relatives. The broad purpose of 
the Institution embraces services directed toward the preservation, conservation and 
rehabilitation of families to avoid, whenever possible, the placement of the child away from 
home. 

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During this our 100th year of quality child care, the Trustees, staff and President Michael 
C. Blackwell, pledge anew our commitment to continue fulfilling the mission and broad pur- 
pose of this Christian institution of caring as we enter our second century of service. In our 
Centennial year we served 1,517 children and 1,167 families. 

With the Governor's proclamation of May 19, 1985 as "Baptist Children's Homes Day," the 
centennial celebration was well on its way. Phil Young of Henderson, was commissioned to 
write "Praise Book," a musical about children and families. The musical was performed by 
adult and children's choirs in 11 Baptist churches across the state. Dr. Alan Keith-Lucas, 
wrote, A Hundred Years of Caring, an updated history of the Homes. Baptist from across the 
state submitted their favorite recipes for a cookbook to be released this fall. In cooperation 
with the Conventions Communication Department a new video "100 Years of Caring," was 
released in February. Both the book and the video were underwritten by the Broyhill Foun- 
dation. During May, June and July a 1,400 mile relay marathon, the longest in the history of 
North Carolina, allowed hundreds of people to participate and celebrate the spirit of caring 
for children. 

One of the final events of the Centennial will take place on November 12, 1985 at the Baptist 
State Convention in Charlotte. The combined voices of our children in care, along with other 
special features, will be an exciting entrance into our second hundred years of quality child 
care. We hope you will join us at the Charlotte Coliseum for an evening of celebration, praise 
and thanksgiving. 

An update from the Raleigh Family Services Area reveals the following highlights: 

The Raleigh Family Services area director worked with families attempting to identify 
problem areas within the family. Part of this process is to guide families in the alternatives 
available which may help them alleviate some of the tensions in the home. 

One alternative is to place the child in our care for a period of time. These placements have 
been in group care, therapeutic camping, foster care, emergency care, and maternity care. Ef- 
forts to reunite the child with his family is a continuing goal of our staff. 

Upon leaving one of our services, families often participate in co-planning, including a 
number of our college students. Another alternative available to families is individual, family 
and marriage counseling by the staff of the Baptist Children's Homes. 

We are grateful for the continued support of Baptists. 

Carolyn Tharrington, Representative 

Report of the American Bible Society 

The American Bible Society reached a major milestone in 1984, distributing its four billionth 
Scripture, and Southern Baptists have had a vital role in this major achievement. 

We praise the Lord for reports coming to us from over 180 countries concerning the ad- 
vances which are being made in every aspect of the Bible cause. ABS and its 99 partners in the 
United Bible Societies around the world are now involved in translating the Word of God in 
562 languages. In distribution, all indications are that there were significant increases 
throughout the world in 1984 and dramatic increases in many areas where there are extreme 
needs. The impact of the Bible on the lives of countless souls is inestimable and we give our 
heartfelt thanks to Southern Baptists who are co-workers in the worldwide vineyard with us. 

The following is the kind of moving account of the power of the Scriptures in people's lives 
which Bible workers hear constantly. A young widow in Ghana, grief-stricken for two years, 
was reached through reading the precious Word of God. After telling a Bible Society worker 
about her grief she said, "...but last night I decided to read my Bible and the passage which 
caught my eye was John 14:1-2. As I read, joy filled my soul and my heart was conforted at 
last." It is with Southern Baptist support that individuals like this are finding Christ and 
growing in His grace. 

Here are a few of the many highlights of Scripture advance during 1984 in countries where 
Southern Baptists are active in mission: 

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In Nigeria, in spite of the extreme economic difficulties besetting this nation, planning and 
progress is being made in Scripture translation in over 60 languages. Intensive work continued 
on translating the Old Testament in Edo. When it is completed, coupled with the New Testa- 
ment published in 1982, it will be the first time there has been a complete Bible in this langu- 
age. Distribution figures were over 322,000 for the year. There are present critical needs in 
Nigeria for increased supplies of Bibles in Yoruba, Igbo, Isoko and several other languages. 

In the Philippines, 5,873,791 Scriptures were distributed among those hungry for the truth 
of His Word. New Reader Scriptures were distributed in churches and local schools. Christmas 
cards with Scripture Selections met the needs of many in the Metro-Manila area. Pocket size 
Bibles were placed in the hands of many. The Tagalog popular version Bible has been 
received extremely well in the Philippines, and although it was published as recently as 1980, a 
revision is already being planned, for Tagalog is the most strategic language in the country. 
The churches in the Philippines are attempting to provide God's Word to every Filipino 
family. Hundreds of thousands of New Testaments are needed. 

In Mexico, almost 13 million Scriptures were distributed this past year in a variety of special 
programs. Bibles were shared with refugees from Guatemala; Bibles and Scriptures were 
distributed to farmers scattered throughout the country; "Life of Jesus" portions were given to 
"camineros" (road workers); thousands of New Reader coloring books were shared with both 
Protestant and Catholic children in private schools; and Scripture Portions were provided to 
blue collar workers in Guadalajara, Monterrey and other industrial complexes by young 
people, women and church leaders who believe in the Bible cause. In 1985, during "Bible 
Month," special programs, concerts, worship and evangelistic services will take place 
throughout the land. The churches will need great numbers of Bibles and New Testaments for 
the millions of individuals involved. 

SPECIAL PROGRAMS OF THE AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY 
Ethnic Outreach 

There is an ever increasing number of ethnic families within the churches who read the 
Scriptures in languages other than English. The need for evangelism among these non-English 
speaking persons increases also. Working to assist Southern Baptists and the churches of other 
denominations in this task, the American Bible Society is providing more and more Bibles, 
New Testaments, Scripture Portions and Selections in other languages. These are suitable for 
worship, evangelism and mission outreach, Christian education and personal study. 
Bible-a-Month Club 

In 1984 membership in this special ministry of ABS reached approximately 120,000. The 
idea of BAM is simple and appeals to those who want to contribute regular amounts each 
month. The basic amount for each Bible being given is $3.00 per month. This provides a Bible 
for an individual in the country designated for that month. The wonderful thing about this 
program is that it focuses on providing the Scriptures for men, women, and young people in 
countries where there is enormous economic and spiritual poverty. 

However, with all of the faith and optimism, there is also reason for great concern. 
Sustaining and increasing programs, planning effectively for Youth Advance and meeting the 
urgent requests which come in to us constantly will only be possible through greatly increased 
support from the churches. A top Southern Baptist leader recently made this statement: 
"Without the truth revealed in Scriptures, missionaries would have no message to carry. Bold 
Missions Thrust would become little more than a fantasy. But the availability of God's Word 
in all languages to all people cannot be assumed. It must be provided." 

In 1984 Southern Baptists gave $309,610.00 to the Bible cause. The largest portion of these 
gifts came from individual local churches. These contributions meant that God's Word could 
be placed in the hands of literally millions of men, women and children throughout the world. 

The American Bible Society gives thanks to you for your support and for your prayers, and 
looks forward to increased ties of fellowship. Our pledge to you is to work increasingly in part- 
nership with you to fulfill the great commission of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. 



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Jean Hinton, Representative 



Annuity Board Report 



Nineteen hundred eighty-four will go down in Annuity Board annuals as a good year of 
growth, response, planning and achievement. It dawns as a year brimming with ongoing 
opportunities of ministry to churches and agencies. The following report gives the highlights 
of last year's financial success. 

1. A 10 percent 13th check was mailed to annuitants who retired before 1980. Those annui- 
tants who retired in 1980-84 received their 13th check bonus in their monthly checks. 

2. A total of $36,212,973 was paid in retirement benefits. 

3. Total assets administered by the board as of December 31, 1984, $1,430,966,407 compared 
to $1,251,643,084 on December 31, 1983. 

4. Relief funds from the Cooperative Program totalled $493,354. 

5. A record 14,011 annuitants received benefits from the Annuity Board in 1984. 

6. Earnings on retirement and related funds for 1984 totalled $115,374,232. 

STATISTICAL HIGHLIGHTS 1984 





Member A/C 






Retirement Plans 


& Benefits 


Insurance 


Members 


Plan A (Church-agency) 


15,148 


Health Insurance* 


27,979 


Plan B 




Life (church) 


20,223 


Bal. Fd. (church-agency) 


14,400 


Group Life (agency) 


18,728 


Fixed Fd. (church-agency) 


63,507 


Life Benefit Plan** 


1,804 


Short-Term Fd. (church- Agency) 


2,869 


Seminarian Life 


1,645 


Plan C 




Seminarian Medical 


4,242 


Variable Fd. (church-agency) 


7,013 






Voluntary Annuity Plan 








Bond Fund 


1,019 






Equity Fund 


855 






Short-Term Fund 


959 






Relief Recipients-Monthly 


397 


♦Includes churches and agencies 


Relief Recipients-Expense Grants 


273 


**Closed to new members 



Youth Ministry Report 

This has been a good year for the youth ministry of our Association. We began the year with 
our annual Youth Rally on March 16 at the Live Oak Baptist Church. Approximately two 
hundred youth and leaders attended this meeting. 

Rev. Tom Herndon, pastor of Hocutt Memorial Church, gave the theme interpretation. 
Our theme was Jesus: Get Him, Got Him, Share Him. Lisa Weems of the Hocutt Memorial 
Church provided special music. Kelly Stone of Smithfield, First and Marshall Tyson of 
Clayton, First led the congregational singing. A group from the Bethesda Baptist Church 
presented a brief drama presentation. Our guest speaker for the evening was Dr. Dean Martin, 
chairman of the Department of Humanities at Campbell University. Refreshments were pro- 
vided by several churches and the entire evening was a great success. We hope to have an even 
greater event next year ! 

On Tuesday, June 25, we conducted a Key Leadership Conference for youth leaders at 
Smithfield First Baptist Church. Mrs. Kenneth Thornton, who attended the State Key 
Leadership Conference, assisted me in conducting this conference. Four youth leaders attended 
this meeting. 

As Associational Youth Director, I stand ready to assist any youth leaders who may have 
questions concerning youth ministry. We also welcome any suggestions on how we can be even 
more effective in this ministry. 



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S. Keith Vaughn, Director 



Committee on Ordinations Report 



The Committee on Ordinations exists for the sole purpose of assisting churches within the 
Association when they request the examination of a candidate for ordination into the gospel 
ministry. The committee functions only when such a request is received. Candidates are 
examined in the areas of "personal experience and call, soundness of doctrine, and Baptist 
practice." Once the examination has been conducted, a recommendation is sent from the 
committee to the church requesting examination. This recommendation is of an advisory 
nature only, and has no authority in the decision of the church to ordain or not to ordain the 
candidate. 

The Committee on Ordinations was called upon twice during the past church year to 
examine candidates for ordination to the gospel ministry. At the request of the Selma Baptist 
Church, MLke Osment was examined on March 31. The committee unanimously recommend- 
ed that the Selma Church proceed with ordination. 

On September 29, John Calliher was examined at the request of White Oak Baptist Church. 
However, this report was filed previous to the meeting, preventing us from reporting the out- 
come of that examination. 

This year's Committee on Ordinations consisted of nine members, selected by the Committee 
on Committees and elected by the Association. They are: Mark T. White, Chairman; J>onald 
Price, Clerk; Darrell Smith; Maurice Crissom; Harry Edwards; E. C. Reeves; David Adams; 
Kenneth Thornton; and Fletcher Ford. The committee was saddened by the passing of Rev. 
Ford during the year. Ex officio members were Horace Ricks and Tim Stevens. Committee 
members serve on a three year rotation basis with one-third rotating off each year. 

Mark T. White, Chairman 

Associational Church Training Report 

We are most grateful for the leadership of the various group directors in Church Training: 
Adult Director, Rev. Kenneth Thornton; Youth Director, Rev. Lee Colbert; Preschool 
Directors, John & Kay Hatch; and New Member Director, Rebecca Thornton. They did an 
admirable job in planning various activities during the past year, and we are assured such will 
be true for the coming year. 

In addition to several meetings and planning events during the year, we were thrilled with 
the response of all to our "M" Night Program, and the annual Pastor-Deacon- Wives Banquet. 
Much praise has to go to the Puppeteers of Bethesda, the youth choir of Smithfield f irst, Dr. 
Kenneth Thrasher, Rev. Kenneth Thornton for an excellent program presented for "M" 
Night held at Hocutt Memorial Baptist Church. 

In February, we had one of the largest crowds ever to attend our Pastor-Deacon- Wives Ban- 
quet held at Smithfield Junior High School Cafeteria. There was a most positive response from 
throughout the Association on the program that was presented... The TINTINNABULA- 
TOR-S, a handbell group made up of college students from Raleigh, several vocal selections 
presented by Mrs. Katherine Childrey, the spoken expressions by our Moderator, Dr. James 
Ellerbe, the Rev. Mark White, and our Director of Missions. We were pleased with the excel- 
lent response to the program of such a different format. 

You have read in various reports that Church Training has grown in the past several years 
throughout our Southern Baptist Convention. Here in our own Association the number of 
Church Training groups in churches has doubled in the past five years. It is surely our hope 
that such a trend will continue as the value of such efforts become more and more evident. 

To each of you who contribute so much in so many ways, to all of the churches who partici- 
pate in Church Training we express our deepest appreciation, and encourage those who do not 
have Church Training groups in their churches to plan to become involved during the year. 



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Maurice W. Crissom, 
Church Training Director 



Missions Committee Report 



I am pleased to report what I feel to be a good year from the viewpoint of the Missions Com- 
mittee. Probably the largest and most heard of project within the Association is the migrant 
ministry work this summer, coordinated by Kelton Hinton. Our goal and prayer is that this 
project will live on pass this summer and become an ongoing ministry within our Association. 

Applications have been made and sent through the associational office to the Language and 
Chaplaincy Department of the N.C. Baptist State Convention for financial support over the 
next three years to continue the migrant ministry program. 

We, the committee, offer to Kelton our heart-felt thanks, and our prayers for his future 
work in the mission fields. Also, a special thanks to all the churches for health kits, use-me- 
books, Scriptures, etc. sent for this ministry. 

The Missions Committee sent mission survey forms to the churches of the Association in 
order that we may have an idea of just what is being done in outreach ministry. We have been 
pleased with many of the responses and learned of missions projects that we were not aware of. 
We ask of any church that has not filled out a survey form to please do so and turn it in that 
our records may be complete. 

We have been very interested and have discussed the growth in the Johnston County area, 
especially along the Wake County area. This is something that we need to continue to watch 
and we encourage churches to consider the growth in your area and to take action to reach 
these people for Christ. 

I see an increase of interest in the mission outreach of our Association, and nothing pleases 
me more. 

Again, we, the Missions Committee of the Johnston Baptist Association, offer to the chur- 
ches our assistance in any way that we can help. 

Thank you Missions Committee, Jean Hinton, W. W. Thompson, Donald King, Essie Mae 
Crocker, and Dorothy Nappier. 

Thank you Horace Ricks and Faye Edwards. Thank you churches of the Johnston Baptist 
Association. 

Let's look forward to the many projects to be accomplished in the future. 

Stephen A. Morris, Chairman 

Woman's Missionary Union Report 

This has been a very good year for the W.M.U. We have accomplished several goals, and are 
working on others. More churches are getting involved. Some are growing in numbers, organi- 
zations and excitement, and yet there are still those who are waiting and watching and have 
not picked up the ball of missions. 

Our WMU Council has met quarterly. They have planned, studied, served the churches 
and made contacts with churches. Council members received 22 study course awards with one 
of these completing the Associational Leadership in WMU. A newsletter was sent quarterly to 
the church WMU director. We also published news from the WMU in the Johnston Associa- 
tion's newsletter. 

Our leadership training for the churches was held in two sessions. One was at Wilson's Mills 
and the other at Smithfield First. In the two sessions we had 132 attending. There were 47 who 
received study course awards. We collected $89.17 for Christmas gifts for the Women's Prison 
in Raleigh. 

Baptist Women's World Day of Prayer was held November 5, 1984 at Pleasant Grove. Our 
speaker was Kelton Hinton who spoke on prayer and how God answers prayer. He also shared 
some experiences of answered prayer. 

A Mission Support Lab was conducted in Kinston in November. This was led by our state 
leaders and invited guests from across the state. We had nine from our Association in atten- 
dance. 

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The Acteens had a banquet at Benson in March. It was one of the largest events in several 
years. The Acteens Council along with their director, Mrs. June Edwards, and the Benson 
Church planned the event well. 

The Baptist Young Women centered their program on "Volunteers in Missions." They met 
at Bethany in March. Several spoke on volunteering and challenged us to give of ourselves. 

In April, our Girls in Action met at Lee's Chapel. They had the opportunity of being with a 
M.K. who was finishing seminary and to listen to adventures and share a bag lunch. 

Mr. & Mrs. Bill Hern, who are with Language Missions and Interfaith Witness Department 
of our state, came in April, for a Literacy Workshop. This is a greatly needed area of work and 
we need more to prepare themselves for service leading conversational English. 

Parrish Memorial was the host church of the WMU Annual Meeting. We had about 175 in 
attendance. Our speaker was Mrs. Loni Romine, a Japanese, who lives in Swansboro. Our 
program was on "By Love Compelled." Love compels us to grow, give and share the love of 
Christ. Mission Action was demonstrated through skits showing a person in jail or prison, 
ministry to the deaf and blind. The kick-off for our Centennial Celebration in 1986 was shared 
by Jan Barry and Eunice Hinnant. A love gift was taken to be shared with Migrant Missions 
and the lead machine that is being used at Tri-County Health Center to detect high lead levels 
in migrant children. 

Mission Friends had their Day Camp at Bethesda in May. We had a good day and the 
children enjoyed themselves. We need more churches to participate. 

The Association sponsored a Prayer Retreat at Caraway in June. Sally McCallum from 
Wilmington led in the overnight retreat. She helped us look first at ourselves and then at our 
responsibilities to reach out, following Christ's command. 

Missions is the heartbeat of our denomination. If we fail to see the needs or share our faith 
we will die. Our churches are growing in mission action and special mission gifts. The migrant 
ministry has taken on new life. Our prison and jail, N.C. Correctional Center for Women 
ministries are growing. Mission Action is ministry to those outside of our fellowship. We must 
reach out beyond our doors. 

All churches have at least one WMU organization. The need for growth is in all ages. Come 
grow with us through 1988. Celebrate 100 years of missions in your church. 

The flags that have been made by the churches are beautiful. We need others to be made, 
they are for your use to enhance your programs. 

Mrs. Clitus Hinton, WMU Director 

Senior Adult Ministry Report 

We are told that the United States is becoming a nation of older people. This is due to two 
facts. First, couples are having fewer children, hence the median age is rising. Second, with 
advances in medicine, diet, exercises and hospital care, people are living longer. 

All this means that churches are ministering to more Senior Adults. The question may be, 
how well are we meeting the needs of the members who are facing a longer life and a more 
active life style. 

Senior Adults are an important segment of church membership. They are more than 
statistics. They are people with needs for worship, recreation, fellowship, travel, Bible study 
and opportunities to learn about their special needs and those of the church and community. 

A few churches in the Johnston Baptist Association have senior adult clubs. We wish the 
number were much larger. Perhaps there are Senior Adults in our churches who would enjoy 
such a club, but they don't know that the opportunity exists. Other churches do something for 
their senior members once a year. While this is commendable, they fail to meet the needs of 
this growing group. 

The Association is attempting to meet the inter-church needs by planning two events each 
year for Senior Adults. 



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On May 7, Senior Adults met at Wilson's Mills Baptist Church for a program and picnic 
style lunch. 

On September 12, a second meeting and picnic was held at Clemmons State Forest at Clayton. 
Activities for 1986 are being considered and the Senior Adults in all of the churches are 
invited to attend. 



Brotherhood work in the Johnston Baptist Association involved new churches in the 1985 
year. There are a number of churches that have realized that the men and boys in the churches 
desire to serve Christ Jesus in areas that they have ability and talent. Because of this, there 
have been churches to begin Brotherhood work afresh and anew. Many of our churches have 
continued to have prayer breakfast meetings with praying for missions as the key emphasis. 
There are churches in our association that have been involved in mission work and mission 
involvement with prisons, rehabilitation centers, hospitals, migrant workers, rest homes, and 
shut-in ministries. We continue to encourage involvement of our Baptist men and Baptist boys 
in the study of missions, the praying for missions and the involvement in mission work. 

In our association during the past year we have had two Brotherhood workshops. One was 
especially designed for the sports interpretation that is needed to enable our association to 
participate in the state R.A. basketball finals. During this meeting we again mentioned the 
mission projects, the mission actions, and the mission scrapbooks that are required before a 
church's basketball team can be qualified for state competition. We had associational leaders 
present both as the Key Leadership Conference at Ridgecrest and at the Caraway Conference 
Center. 

Our Baptist Men's Day in our association was well represented by a number of churches 
participating and sharing excellent reports. We appreciate the many men and boys that con- 
tinue to encourage our men and boys to get involved in an individual or a churchwide mission 
action project. 



Mrs. Tallulah Mauney, Chairperson 



Brotherhood Report 



Tom Herndon, Brotherhood Director 



Non-Budget Account 

Johnston Baptist Association 
October 1, 1984 - September 30, 1985 



INCOME: 



West Virginia Project: 
Deacons-Pastors-Wives Banquet: 
Good News America Revival: 
Lead Detecting Machine: 
Maintenance Contract (Copier): 
Literacy Workshop: 
Migrant Missions: 
Total Income: 



$7,643.22 



$2,081.00 



1,731.25 
255.40 
153.43 
450.00 
80.00 

2,892.14 



DISBURSEMENTS: 



West Virginia Project: 
Deacons-Pastors-Wives Banquet: 
J.B.A. General Fund transfer: 
Literacy Workshop: 
Maintenance Contract (Copier): 
Migrant Ministry: 
Lead Detecting Machine: 
Total Disbursements: 



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450.00 
2,491.09 
143.43 
$7,186.54 



$2,253.74 
1,671.64 
116.64 



60.00 



Beginning Checking A/C Balance Non-Budget A/C 

October I, 1984 $ 338.51 
Plus Deposits 7,643.22 
Less Disbursements 7,186.54 

Ending Checking A/C Balance Non-Budget A/C $ 795. 19 

September 30, 1985 



Financial Report 

Johnston Baptist Association Income 
October 1, 1984 - September 30, 1985 



CHURCHES: 


CONTRIBUTIONS: 






Antioch 


$ 315.00 


Micro 


520.88 


Baptist Center 


815.00 


Middlesex 


1,140.89 


Baptist Tabernacle 


1,000.00 


Newton Grove 


787.54 


Benson 


1,200.00 


Noble's Chapel 


1,000.00 


Benson Grove 


50.00 


New Live 


659.52 


Bethany 


300.00 


North Smithfield 


575.00 


Bethesda 


1,626.00 


Oliver's Grove 


500.00 


Beulah 


319.08 


Parrish Memorial 


965.82 


Blackman's Grove 


640.00 


Pauline 


280.00 


Burnell 


200.00 


Pine Level 


1,867.70 


Calvary, Dunn 


299.97 


Pisgah 


1,680.00 


Calvary, Selma 


60.00 


Pleasant Grove 


677.29 


Carter's Chapel 


900.00 


Princeton 


1,440.00 


Cedar Grove 


450.00 


Sardis 


600.00 


Clayton First 


800.00 


Selma 


3,844.12 


Clyde's Chapel 


640.00 


Sharon 


1,760.95 


Corinth 


1,200.00 


Shiloh 


220.00 


Crestwood 


1,814.71 


Smithfield First 


3,850.00 


Faith 


600.00 


Steven's Chapel 


521.86 


Four Oaks 


1,500.00 


Thanksgiving 


510.56 


Hale's Chapel 


30.00 


Trinity 


225.00 


Hephzibah 


1,200.00 


Watkin's Chapel 


393.00 


Hocutt Memorial 


2,358.47 


White Oak 


2,346.66 


Hood's Grove 


68.75 


Wilson's Mills 


1,064.18 


Jonesboro 


125.00 


Miscellaneous 


1,633.89 


Kenly 


300.00 


Total Income: 


$49,205.84 


Lee's Chapel 


489.00 


Total Deposits: 


$49,205.84 


Live Oak 


840.00 





Johnston Baptist Association Disbursements 

October 1, 1984 - September 30, 1985 



200 SALARIES & BENEFITS 

1 . Salaries 

2. Utilities 

3. Insurance 

4. Annuity 

5. FICA Taxes 
Total: 



Budget Disbursed Acct. Bal. 



$20,606.95 
5,000.00 
3,492.65 
3,985.00 
1,886.00 



$21,743.59 
3,999.94 
3,405.05 
3,984.96 
1,941.22 



136.64 
.06 
87.60 
.04 

55.22 



$34,970.60 $35,074.76 $ -104.16 



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300 OPERATING EXPENSES 

1. Supplies & Postage 

2. Building 8c Equipment Needs 

3. Utilities (building) 

4. Insurance (building) 

5. DOM Travel 

6. DOM Convention & Conference 

7. Associational Promotion 

8. Budget Promotion 
Total: 

400 ANNUAL MEETING 

1 . Publishing Annuals 

2. Speakers 

3. Clerk 

4. Historian 
Total: 

500 ORGANIZATIONS WMU (contribut 

1. Woman's Missionary Union 

2. Brotherhood 

3. Sunday School 

4. Church Training 
Total: 

600 PROGRAMS 

1. Music 

2. Evangelism 

3. Mission Ministries 

4. Leader Training 

5. Youth Ministry 

6. Library-Media Center 

7. Senior Adult Ministry 

8. Stewardship Development 
Total: 

Total Budget: $50,845.60 $49,055.60 $ 2,270.00 

*Plus WMU Contribution 480.00 

$51,325.60 

Beginning Checking A/C Balance October 1 , 1984 $ 2,542.38 

Plus Deposits 49,205.84 
Less Disbursements 49,055.60 
Ending Checking A/C Balance September 30, 1985 $ 2,692.62 

Savings (certificate of deposit maturity date - September 11, 1985) $ 553.35 



$ 2,800.00 


$ 2,514.98 


$ 


285.02 


1,350.00 


945.41 




404.59 


2,400.00 


2,387.49 




12.51 


225.00 


201.00 




24.00 


3,600.00 


3,599.96 




.04 


1,200.00 


, 1,200.00 




-0- 


15U.UU 


148.47 




1.53 


100.00 


12.00 




88.00 


$11,825.00 


$11,009.31 


$ 


815.69 


$ 750.00 


$ 743.19 


$ 


6.81 


150.00 


130.00 




20.00 


200.00 


200.00 




-0- 


150.00 


-0- 




150.00 


$ 1,250.00 


$ 1,073.19 


$ 


176.81 


$ 480.00* 








$ 500.00 


$ 1,076.36 


$ 


- 96.36 


300.00 


130.00 




170.00 


K(\{\ f\l\ 


131 .^U 




OCO OA 

3bo.oU 


250.00 


33.30 




216.70 


$ 1,550.00 


$ 1,370.86 


$ 


659.14 


$ 150.00 


$ -0- 


$ 


150.00 


100.00 


-0- 




100.00 


100.00 


94.78 




5.22 


500.00 


252.25 




247.75 


150.00 


100.45 




49.55 


100.00 


-0- 




100.00 


100.00 


80.00 




20.00 


50.00 


-0- 




50.00 


$ 1,250.00 


$ 527.48 


$ 


722.52 



Proposed Ministry-Action Budget 

Johnston Baptist Association 
1985-1986 

This is the fourth year your Budget and Finance Committee has used the Ministry-Action 
budgeting process. The emphasis of this approach is on ministries and not on dollars. Its major 
thrust is to encourage the member churches to examine the purpose of the association and to 
seek God's leadership in developing and planning for the ministries He wants us to perform. 
In our efforts we have sought input from committee and organization leadership, the paid 
staff, pastors, and laymen. We have taken into consideration your suggestions as we have 
formulated the following recommended budget. 

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200 - SALARIES 8c BENEFITS 

The association cannot function properly without our Director of Missions and our office 
secretary. These two paid staff members are vital to the successful operation of the ministries 
of our cooperating churches. They, along with elected officers and leaders, enable us to 
accomplish our joint undertakings in an orderly fashion. 





Budgeted 1984-85 


Budgeted 1985-86 


1. Salaries 


$20,606.95 


$21,025.95 


2. Utilities 


5,000.00 


5,000.00 


3. Insurance 


3,475.45 


3,492.65 


4. Annuity 


3,985.00 


4,285.00 


5. FICA Taxes 


1,886.00 


2,481.00 


Total: 


$34,953.40 


$36,284.60 


300 - OPERATING EXPENSES 






The ministries carried out by the Johnston Baptist Association require certain support 


services through the associational office. These 


services and materials aid the association in 


effectively carrying out its mission. 






1. Supplies and postage 


$ 2,800.00 


$ 2,600.00 


2. Building & Equipment Needs 


1,350.00 


1,850.00 


3. Utilities (Bldg.) 


2,400.00 


2,500.00 


4. Insurance (Bldg.) 


225.00 


225.00 


5. DOM Travel 


3,600.00 


3,600.00 


6. DOM Convention & Conference 


1,200.00 


1,200.00 


7. Associational Promotion 


150.00 


150.00 


8. Budget Promotion 


100.00 




Total: 


$11,825.00 


$12,125.00 



400 - ANNUAL MEETING 

The constitution requires that the association meet in annual session. This meeting is so 
vital to Baptist life that none of us would want to be without it. From all fifty-two communi- 
ties, we meet to worship, fellowship, report, preach and learn new information helpful to all 
the churches. The annual meeting requires a Book of Advance Reports, speakers, clerk, 
historian and published minutes of the business and reports. These minutes and tables in the 
annual are used by churches, associations, officers, Baptist State Convention, Southern Baptist 
Convention, educational institutions, denominational and public libraries, and historical 
societies. The annual meeting is a review of what we have done, a projection of where we are 
going and a call to renewed dedication to Christ and to missions in the Association, State, 
Nation and the World. 

1. Publishing Annuals $ 750.00 $ 750.00 

2. Speakers 150.00 150.00 

3. Clerk 200.00 200.00 

4. Historian 150.00 150.00 
Total: $ 1,250.00 $ 1,250.00 

500 - ORGANIZATIONS 

The Association exists for the benefit of the churches which constitute her membership. 
The four organizations listed below are available to assist any church in the Association in their 
respective areas of ministry. Missions, Bible Study and Church Training are vital functions 
without which our work would not succeed. Churches are urged to use these organizations to 
assist in their individual local ministries. 



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250.00 


250.00 


Total: 


$ 1,550.00 


$ 1,800.00 


600 - PROGRAMS 






Additional assistance is available to each church within the Association through the follow- 


ing programs. Through these programs associational leadership is able to provide 


interpreta- 


tion of the convention programs, and also assist the churches 


in adapting them to their needs. 


As with the organizations, the programs of the Association 


are available to every church. 


Valuable information and worthwhile training are available to our churches through these 


programs. 






1. Music 


$ 150.00 


$ 150.00 


2. Evangelism 


100.00 


100.00 


3. Mission 8c Migrant Ministry 


100.00 


350.00 


4. Leader Training 


500.00 


400.00 


5. Youth Ministry 


150.00 


150.00 


6. Library/Media Center 


100.00 


100.00 


7. Senior Adult Ministry 


100.00 


100.00 


8. Stewardship Development 


50.00 


100.00 


Total: 


$ 1,250.00 


$ 1,450.00 


TOTAL BUDGET: 


$50,828.40 


$52,909.60 



This recommended Ministry-Action Budget for the associational year 1985-86 shows an 
increase of $2,081.20 over the 1984-85 budget. The Budget & Finance Committee has taken in- 
to consideration the giving pattern for the first six months of the 1984-85 associational year as 
well as the actual disbursements for that same period, and it is our feeling that this is a wise 
budget. We continue to urge the churches to give serious consideration to including the 
Association in their budgets on the basis of 3% of their undesignated offerings, and to send in 
their contributions monthly. 

The Budget 8c Finance Committee, 
James Ellerbe, Chairman, 
Jan Barry, George Smith, 
S. C. Woodard, H. J. Beeker, Paul Rose 

Historical Events 

BAPTIST CENTER: New roof on church, fellowship building and parsonage. New air con- 
ditioning in church, fellowship building and parsonage. 
BENSON: P. D. Lucas ordained as deacon. 
BENSON GROVE: New song books and sound system. 
BETHANY: Storage building. 

BLACKMAN'S GROVE: Christmas Eve Midnight Service. Fifth Sunday dinner. 
CLYDE'S CHAPEL: Dedication of four babies. 
FOUR OAKS: Bricked old part of church. 

HOCUTT MEMORIAL: Note burning for educational building. 
HOOD'S GROVE: Built ramp for handicapped and painted church. 
JONESBORO: New fellowship hall completed. 
LEE'S CHAPEL: Dedicated new parsonage. 
LIVE OAK: Erected steeple and installed chimes. 
MIDDLESEX: Renovation of church parsonage. 

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NEW LIFE: Jim Williams ordained as a deacon. 

NOBLE'S CHAPEL: Baptist Men organized. Dedication of church bells. 
PARRISH MEMORIAL: Note burning for fellowship hall. 
PRINCETON: New P.A. system. Pew Bibles for Sanctuary. 
SELMA: Caribbean Mission trip. Michael W. Osment ordained. 

SHARON: Mr. & Mrs. Jimmy Jones and Mr. 8c Mrs. Richard Brown served for one week in 

Atlanta, GA for Home Mission Work. 
SMITH FIELD, FIRST: John Ryberg, pastor since November 1960, died December 13, 1984. 
WATKIN'S CHAPEL: Recognized ten members for over 50 years membership. Installed new 

floor covering in fellowship hall. Purchased new $6,000 organ and purchased new copy 

machine. New piano donated for fellowship hall. 
WHITE OAK: Dedicated organ. 

WILSON'S MILLS: Observed Centennial Anniversary. Reorganized Senior Citizens Club. 

Resolution Committee Report 

RESOLUTION OF THANKS AND APPRECIATION 

The Lord has given to us a good year and a good 83rd session of the Johnston Baptist 
Association. His blessings are always available to us when we give ourselves to Him in service; 
pray and claim his blessings. We, the messengers from the churches of the Association, express 
our gratitude to God and praise him for helping all who helped him to make this session a good 
one. 

Therefore, be it resolved that we express our gratitude to: 

(1) The Program Committee for planning an inspirational agenda for the session; 

(2) The speakers for their helpful messages; 

(3) The musicians who have provided inspirational music; 

(4) The churches for their efforts in order to report encouraging statistics concerning work 
of the past year; 

(5) The women of the WMU who provided the flags of the nations for display at this annual 
session; 

(6) To Live Oak Church for the gracious hospitality for sharing their facilities and pro- 
viding a time for fellowship and refreshments following the meeting; with the assistance 
of the following churches: Bethany, Carter's Chapel, Kenly, Micro, Faith, Selma and 
Calvary (Selma). 

(7) The Benson Church for graciously hosting the meeting on the second day and for serving 
the evening meal with the assistance of the following churches: Trinity, Pauline, 
Beulah, Blackman's Grove, Calvary (Dunn), Hood's Grove, and Jonesboro. 

(8) Above all to God; who brings the harvest when we plant and water. 

Mrs. Nettie Ricks, 
Mrs. Lucille Oliver, 
Raymond E. Moore 

Memorials Committee Report 

I trust that each one of you has the list of "Our Beloved Dead" prepared by Mrs. Maurice 
Grissom, chairman of our Memorials Committee. 

Mrs. Grissom is not here tonight due to the home going of her mother Sunday night. The 
funeral was held this afternoon. 

Now in our moments of silence, we will honor her along with Our Beloved Dead in Christ. 

And Jesus said in John 14:2-3: 



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"In my Father's house are many mansions: 
If it were not so, I would have told you. 

I go to prepare a place for you. 
And if I go and prepare a place for you, 
I will come again, and receive you unto myself; 
that where I am, there ye may be also." 
The hymn writer says to us: 

Thy saints are crowned with glory great; 
They see God face to face; 
They triumph still, they still rejoice; 
Most happy in their case." 

Amen 

Lois M. Overby 

In Loving Memory 

1984 - 1985 

"/ am the resurrection and the life saith the Lord; Whosoever liveth and believeth in me 
shall never die. " 

ANTIOCH 
Mollie Creech 
Luna Belle Faucette 
Ralph Godwin 
Christine Hinton 
Violet Narin 
Buddy Narron 

BAPTIST CENTER 
Howard Lee 
James Parrish 

BAPTIST TABERNACLE 
Alton Alford 
Millard Alford 
Meacie Hocutt 

BENSON 
Vearl Bain 
Mary Farmer 
Alice Gaines 
Golda Levinson 
Emery Miller, Sr. 

BENSON GROVE 
Oliver Barbour 
Wade Benson 
D. C. Johnson 
Billy Parrish 

BETHANY 
Alice Brown 
D. R. Creech - Deacon 



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BETHESDA 
Clifford Benson 
W. L. Bunn 

BEULAH 
Scott Hudson 
Eff ie Jernigan 
Graham McLamb 
Malah McLamb 
Vara M. Smith 

BLACKMANS GROVE 
Daisy Massengill 

BURNELL 

Minnie L. Critcher 
T. H. Lassiter - Deacon 

CARTER'S CHAPEL 
Otha Grady 
Willard Johnson 

CLAYTON, FIRST 
Lena Mae Anderson 
Thelma Barnes 
John L. B la lock 
Bessie J. Gordon 
A. C. Hendric 
John Jones 
Harry S. Poole 
Sybil Shehdan 
Odell Starling 



CLYDE'S CHAPEL 
Douglas Rhodes 

CORINTH 
J. P. Ellis 

CRESTWOOD 
Jeff Ennis 
Rita Jones 

FOUR OAKS 
Martha Lee 
Hunter Massengill 
Edna Taylor 
John T. Wood 

HEPHZIBAH 
Richard Braswell 
Carl Strickland 

HOCUTT 
Noble Hill 
Buck Jones 
Gladys Phillips 
Flora Wood 
Minnie Worrells 

HOOD'S GROVE 
Jessie Earl Hudson 

KENLY 

Mrs. Julian Phillips 



LEE'S CHAPEL 

Annie Lindsey Creech 
Ida Hilliard 
Russell Wilder 

LIVE OAK 

Roy Hinton - Deacon 
Eugene Puckett 
Erselle Sullivan 

MIDDLESEX 
Minta Bunn 
Oris Johnson 
Al Kankovsky 
Minnie Kankovsky 
Minnie Liles 
Margaret Williford 

NOBLE'S CHAPEL 
Rev. Guy C. Moore 
Joseph Stott 

NORTH SMITHFIELD 
Edward Barbour 
Toby Childers 
Lloyd McLeod - Deacon 

OLIVER'S GROVE 
Iris Durham 
James Ryals - Deacon 
Lossie Williams 

PARRISH 
Ida Edgerton 
Luther Medlin 
Robert Peedin 



PINE LEVEL 
Leola Adams 
Charles Ingles 
Robert Lyles 
Lewis Thompson 

PISGAH 

Elbert Powell 
Cleon Stephenson 
Herbert Stewart 
Irvin Thompson 
Mrs. Robert Powell 

PLEASANT GROVE 
G. Willie Lee - Deacon 
Susie C. Marcom 

PRINCETON 
Ralph Booth, Sr. 
Lissie Woodard Daughtry 
Elizabeth Powell Smith 
William David Wilkins 

SARDIS 

Howard Olive, Sr. 

SELMA 

Maude Davis 
Eva Person 
Vernon Stallings 
Addie Underhill 

SHARON 

Rev. Fletcher Ford 
Julia Vusic 



SHILOH 

Travis Creech 
Glenn Pierce 
Dan Williams 

SMITHFIELD FIRST 
William (Bill) Andrews 
Evelyn Ashley 
Fannie P. Creech 
Rosa Creech 
Maggie Gaskin 
Willie M. Gaskin 
Roy Hamilton 
Rudy Howell 
Vernie P. Kirkman 
M. A. Morgan 
Rev. John Ryberg 
Radford Williams 

STEVEN'S CHAPEL 
Mary Tyner 

THANKSGIVING 
Vivian Williams 

TRINITY 
Garry Wood 

WHITE OAK 
Lois Johnson 
Iba Wall 

WILSON'S MILLS 
Thel R. Baker 
Rochelle Burgess 
Charlie N. Wood 




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Constitution 



ARTICLE I — NAME 
The name of this association shall be the Johnston Baptist Association. 

ARTICLE II — PURPOSE 

The purpose of the association shall be to counsel together for the enlargement, ex- 
pansion, and strengthening of the work of our Lord in Johnston County and such 
immediately contiguous territory as may be properly included in the judgment of the 
association; to promote unity, growth, and fellowship among the churches, to engage 
in cooperative mission activities which cannot be accomplished by member churches 
acting independently, and to further the spirit of cooperation with the Baptist work 
in general as set forth by the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and the 
Southern Baptist Convention. 

ARTICLE III — MEMBERSHIP 

The membership of the association shall be composed of churches who are repre- 
sented by messengers to the association from the affiliated churches. The number of 
messengers from each church shall be as follows: four messengers for the first 100 
members or fraction thereof, and one additional messenger for each additional 100 
members or major fraction thereof. Such messengers shall be duly certified in the 
annual letters sent by the churches to the annual session of the association. The cour- 
tesies of the floor may be extended at the discretion of the body to representatives of 
our denominational interests, and also to ministers and members of other Christian 
organizations. 

ARTICLE IV — NEW CHURCHES 

Upon recommendation of the Associational Council and upon approval of the 
General Board, new churches may come under the watchcare of the association until 
the next annual session of the association, at which time the new church may be voted 
into the membership of the association by a majority of the messengers present and 
voting. Application for membership into the association shall be filed with the Asso- 
ciational Council six months prior to the annual session of the association. 

ARTICLE V — MEETINGS 

The association shall meet annually beginning on Monday after the third Sunday 
in October at such place as was decided at the preceding annual session. In case of 
emergency, the General Board shall have authority to make changes in either time or 
place of meeting, as may best serve the interests of the association. 

ARTICLE VI — AUTHORITY 

1. The association shall be a cooperative body for the purpose of fellowship, promo- 
tion, and counsel among the churches. It shall in no case control or direct a church 
with reference to its own government or internal policy. However, the association 
may upon invitation of a church send a committee to counsel with and advise that 
church. 



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2. A church may withdraw membership in the association upon presentation of a 
written request. 

3. The association may withdraw a fellowship from a church for a just cause upon 
recommendation of the Association Council and upon approval by the General Board 
and by a majority vote of the members of the association in the annual session present 
and voting. 

ARTICLE VII — OFFICERS 

1. The general officers of the asociation shall be a Moderator, a Vice Moderator, a 
Clerk, a Treasurer, and a Historian, each selected to a one year term at the annual 
session of the association, a Director of Missions who is not subject to annual election, 
and Trustees who are elected to three-year terms. 

2. The Moderator shall preside over the sessions of the association, act as chairman 
of the General Board, appoint the Committee on Committees, appoint other commit- 
tees as needs arise and shall have general supervision over the work of the association. 
The Vice Moderator shall preside in the absence of the Moderator and shall serve as 
chairman of the Committee on Committees. The Clerk shall record, print and dis- 
tribute the annual of the body and shall serve as secretary of the General Board. The 
Treasurer shall oversee the receiving, recording and disbursement of all association 
funds. The Historian shall record events of historical interest in the work of the asso- 
ciation and shall promote the preservation of associational and church records. The 
Director of Missions shall administer the work of the association according to guide- 
lines adopted by the association and shall give his support to the officers and commit- 
tees of the association. The Trustees shall hold in trust any property, endowment, or 
other securities of the association. 

3. The general officers shall be nominated by the Nominating Committee. The 
committee shall submit is report during a designated business period on the last day 
of the associational annual session. Immediately following the report further nomi- 
nations may be made from the floor. In event of further nominations for an office, 
nominations for that office shall be voted on individually. The newly elected officers 
of the association shall take office upon adjournment of the associational annual 
session. 

4. The directors of the departments of the association shall be nominated by the 
Nominating Committee each year. These shall be associational Sunday School Direc- 
tor, associational Church Training Director, associational Woman's Missionary 
Union Director, associational Brotherhood Director, associational Music Director, 
associational Director of Library Services, the assoicational Director of Evangelism 
and the associational Youth Director. The directors of the program services depar- 
tment shall be elected by the General Board in the March meeting. They shall then 
meet as a group, with the Nominating Committee to select their slates of officers who 
shall be elected at the June meeting of the General Board. These officers shall 
assume office at the beginning of the associational year. The officers of these organi- 
zations shall constitute the council of the respective organizations. 

ARTICLE VIII — COMMITTEES 

1. At the annual session of the association, the association shall elect the following 
standing committees which shall be nominated by the Committee on Committees: 
Nominating Committee; Committee on Order of Business; Committee on Time, 
Place, and Preacher; Committee on Memorials; Senior Adult Committee; Properties 
Committee; Constitution Committee; Committee on Resolutions; Missions Committe; 
Christian Life Committee; Ordination Committee composed of nine ministers who. 
upon invitation of the local church, may assist the church in examining candidates 

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for the ministry in regard to personal experience and call, Christian doctrine, and 
Baptist practice; and Personnel Committee. The Committee on Committees shall be 
responsible for maintaining the membership of the standing committees. 

2. The Moderator shall appoint individuals to represent the denominational pro- 
grams during the associational year and to make reports at the annual session. The 
denominational programs to be represented are as follows: Baptist colleges, Christian 
literature, the Cooperative Program, Annuity Board, Baptist Foundation, Baptist 
Hospital, Baptist Children's Homes, Homes for the Aging, and the American Bible 
Society. The Moderator working with the Committee on Order of Business, shall have 
the privilege of designating other individuals for the promotion of specific causes as 
such need arises. 

ARTICLE IX — GENERAL BOARD 

1. The association shall have a General Board which shall be charged with the re- 
sponsibility for carrying on all the business of the association and promoting all work 
authorized by the association in the interim between annual sessions. A report of the 
work of the General Board shall be presented at the annual session of the association. 

2. The General Board shall be composed of either the pastor or interim pastor (pro- 
vided the latter is a member of the church he represents) and one lay member of each 
church elected for a one-year term from October 1 to September 30; the following 
general officers of the association: Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, 
Historian; also the following department officers: associational Sunday School Di- 
rector, associational Church Training Director, and associational Woman's Mission- 
ary Union Director, associational Brotherhood Director, associational Music Direc- 
tor, associational Director of Evangelism, and associational Director of Library Serv- 
ices. 

3. The General Board shall have the following officers: chairman (who shall be 
the Moderator of the association), vice chairman (who shall be the Vice Moderator of 
the association), Treasurer (who shall be the Treasurer of the association), recording 
secretary (who shall be the Clerk of the association). 

4. The General Board shall hold the regular quarterly meetings at a time and place 
it may designate, and such called meetings as the officers deem necessary for stated 
purpose when notice of such meetings has been sent to all members. 

5. The General Board shall have an Association Council composed of the general 
officers and the directors of the departments of the association. The Moderator of the 
association shall serve as a chairman of the council and Vice Moderator shall serve as 
vice chairman and the Clerk shall serve as secretary. 

6. The Associational Council shall meet each quarter prior to the meeting of the 
General Board and in such called meetings as the council officers may deem neces- 
sary. It shall coordinate the work of the association and make recommendations to 
the General Baord about programs and promotion of the work of the association. 

7. The General Board shall elect from its membership a Budget and Finance Com- 
mittee at its first regular meeting of the associational year, of which the Treasurer 
shall be a member. This committee shall survey the needs of the association as pre- 
sented by the organizations, and shall prepare a budget to be submitted for approval 
by the General Board. The budget approved at the June meeting of the General 
Board shall be included among the recommendations of the committee to the associa- 
tion. The Budget and Finance Committee shall also promote the effective operation 
of the current budget in cooperation with associational Treasurer. 

8. The General Board may name such other committees as it may deem wise for 
carrying on its work. 



ARTICLE X 



— AMENDMENT OR REVISION 



This constitution my be amended or revised at any annual session of the association 
by a two-thirds (34) majority of the messengers present and voting, provided the pro- 
posed amendments or revision shall have been presented in writing to the General 
Board and approved by a two-thirds (%) majority of the General Board present and 
voting; and provided that the proposed amendments or revision shall be presented on 
the first day of the annual session of the association, but shall not be voted on until 
the second day of the session. Any amendments or revision shall take effect immedi- 
ately upon adoption. 

Bylaws 

1. All meetings of the body shall be opened with scripture and prayer. 

2. The fiscal year shall run from October 1 through September 30 and all annual 
reports shall conform to the dates of the fiscal year, and shall project programs for 
the current year. The reports shall be presented by the director for the current year. 

3. The General Board of the association is charged with responsibility of having 
the financial records of the association audited by a competent auditor or accountant 
once each year. 

4. A copy of the minutes shall be sent to the following: all departments and institu- 
tions of the Baptist State Convention; the librarians of the North Carolina Baptist 
colleges and the Southern Baptist Theological Seminaries; secretary of survey and 
statistics; Baptist Sunday School Board, Nashville, Tennessee; American Baptist His- 
torical Society; and other organizations and societies which may desire and request 
them. 

5. The parliamentary law in the government of the association shall be 
ROBER T'SR ULES OF ORDER RE VISED. 



-47- 



The Johnston Baptist Association 

1985 Annual 
is concluded with the following 
Statistical Tables 
for your further information 
and reference 

Table A - Church Membership 

Table B - Sunday School 

Table C - Church Training 

Table D - Music Ministries 

Table E - Woman's Missionary Union 

Table F - Brotherhood 

Table G - Total Receipts, Expenditures, Stewardship 
Table H - Mission Expenditures 
Table I - Special Information 



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TABLE A CHURCH MEMBER- 
SHIP & OTHER INFORMATION 
Johnston Baptist 
North Carolina 

Director of Assoc. Missions: Horace 
Ricks, P. O. Box 356, Selma, NC 
27576 

Year Ending 9/30/85 


CHURCHES 


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BAPTIST CENTER 
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BENSON GROVE 
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CLAYTON, FIRST 
CLYDES CHAPEL 


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FAITH 
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Johnston Baptist 

North Carolina 

Assoc. C.T. Director: Maurice 

Grissom, Box 35, Clayton, NC 

27520 
Year Ending 9/30/85 


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ANTIOCH 

BAPTIST CENTER 
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BENSON 

BENSON GROVE 
BETHANY 

BETHESDA MISSIONARY 
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BLACKMONS GROVE 

BURNELL 

CALVARY 

CALVARY MISSIONARY 
CARTERS CHAPEL 
CEDAR GROVE 
CLAYTON, FIRST 
CLYDES CHAPEL 


CORINTH 
CRESTWOOD 
FAITH 
FOUR OAKS 
HALES CHAPEL 
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HOCUTT MEMORIAL 
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Johnston Baptist 
North Carolina 

Assoc. Music Director: Marshall 

Tyson, Box 35, Clayton, NC 27520 
Year Ending 9/30/85 


CHURCHES 


ANTIOCH 

BAPTIST CENTER 
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BENSON 

BENSON GROVE 
BETHANY 

BETHESDA MISSIONARY 
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BLACKMONS GROVE 

BURNELL 

CALVARY 

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CEDAR GROVE 
CLAYTON, FIRST 
CLYDES CHAPEL 


CORINTH 
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FAITH 
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HALES CHAPEL 
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MITHFIELD, FIRST 
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TABLE I SPECIAL 
INFORMATION 
Johnston Baptist 
North Carolina 

Moderator: Clitus Hinton, Rt. 1 
Box 398, Princeton, NC 27569 
Year Ending 9/30/85 


CHURCHES 


ANTIOCH 

BAPTIST CENTER 
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BENSON 

BENSON GROVE 
BETHANY 

BETHESDA MISSIONARY 
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BLACKMONS GROVE 

BURNELL 

CALVARY 

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HALES CHAPEL 
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